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  1. Time for Ontology? The Role of Ontological Time in Anticipation.Tina Röck - 2019 - Axiomathes 29 (1):33-47.
    In this contribution, I will argue for an ontological understanding of time as temporality. This, however, implies that in a certain sense being is temporality, by which I mean that on an ontological level temporality is nothing but the process of change, i.e. the dynamic aspect of being in its becoming, changing, and perishing, and that concrete beings are not merely in time, but they are temporal. This leads to the conclusion that actual time is the process of change that (...)
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  • Fields and the Intelligibility of Contact Action.David Sherry - 2015 - Philosophy 90 (3):457-477.
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  • Why Are We Reluctant to Act Immediately on Climate Change?: From Ontological Assumptions to Core Cognition.Xiang Chen - 2014 - Perspectives on Science 22 (4):574-592.
    Surveys of public opinions on climate change found that a majority of American respondents regarded global warming as a critical or an important threat . Given this consensus, one might expect that a majority of Americans are ready to take immediate action to deal with the environmental crisis. However, when they were asked whether we should begin taking steps now, only 43% of American respondents said yes; 54% of them chose either the option “until we are sure that global warming (...)
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