|Abstract||Philip Turetzky's book TIME presents an exceptionally comprehensive and reliable history of theories of time from the pre-Socratics up to 20th century existentialist thought, Bergsonian theories and even the debate among analytic philosophers about the A and B theories of time (Mellor, Oaklander, Le Poidevin, etc.). He takes the reader up to the You can search..|
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