The Language and Reality of Time

Oxford University Press (2006)
Abstract
Thomas Sattig develops a comprehensive framework for doing philosophy of time, and offers an original three-dimensionalist picture of the material world. He brings together a variety of different perspectives, linking our ordinary conception of time with the physicist's conception, and linking metaphysical questions about time with questions in the philosophy of language.
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Call number BD638.S29 2006
ISBN(s) 0199279527   9780199279524
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