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  1. Denis Corish (2011). Earlier and Later If and Only If Past, Present and Future. Philosophy 86 (1):41-58.
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  2. Denis Corish (2010). Introduction to Psychology. Philosophical Studies 8:209 - 211.
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  3. Denis Corish (2009). Could Time Be Change? Philosophy 84 (2):219-232.
    Sydney Shoemaker argues that time without change is possible, but begs the question by assuming an, in effect, Newtonian absolute time, that 'flows equably' in a region in which there is no change and in one in which there is. An equally possible, relativist, assumption, consistent, it seems, with relativity theory, is that where nothing changes there is no time flow, though there may be elsewhere, where there is change. Such an assumption would require some revision of uncritical common thought (...)
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  4. Denis Corish (2006). Time Reconsidered. Philosophy 81 (1):81-106.
    Following observations of Aristotle, Kant, Newton, Leibniz and Einstein (on space), we can devise a means of showing how the ontology of time supports the precedes-succeeds logic, which the temporal series shares with those of space and number, and how the past-present-future account is consistent with that. Time, by a relativist, not absolutist, account, turns out to be the existence and nonexistence of exactly the same thing in exactly the same respect. Both A and not-A can be the case, but (...)
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  5. Denis Corish (2005). Mctaggart's Argument. Philosophy 80 (1):77-99.
    The argument of J. M. E. McTaggart in ‘The Unreality of Time’ (Mind 1908) fails logically. There is no A series as such, but there is a shifting past-present-future arrangement within and consistent with the earlier-later B series, past being always earlier, future always later, present always a position earlier or later. An exactly similar logical structure is constructible within the number series, by making each number as one goes up it in turn (it does not matter what ‘it’, or (...)
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  6. Denis Corish (1992). Postmodernism as Modernism. The Harvard Review of Philosophy 2 (1):17-19.
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  7. Denis Corish (1978). On a 'Very Obscure Argument' in McTaggart. Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 26:191-197.
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  8. Denis Corish (1976). Aristotle's Attempted Derivation of Temporal Order From That of Movement and Space. Phronesis 21 (3):241 - 251.
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  9. Denis Corish (1976). Aristole's Attempted Derivation of Temporal Order From That of Movement and Space1. Phronesis 21 (3):241-251.
  10. Denis Corish (1969). The Continuum. Review of Metaphysics 22 (3):523 - 546.
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  11. Denis Corish (1958). Introduction to Psychology, 2nd Edition. Philosophical Studies 8:209-211.
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  12. Denis Corish (1957). Philosophical Psychology. Philosophical Studies 7:205-208.
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