Understanding Human Time

Oxford University Press (2023)
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This book explores the time that we (think we) experience and the concept of time in our beliefs, our knowledge, and our fears. The chapters bring together insights from linguists and philosophers to examine questions about time on the micro-level of physical reality, as well as time in language and discourse on the macro-level of social reality.

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