Presentism and consciousness

Australian Journal of Philosophy 81 (3):305-323 (2003)
Abstract
The presentist view of time is psychologically appealing. I argue that, ironically, contingent facts about the temporal properties of consciousness are very difficult to square with presentism unless some form of mind/body dualism is embraced
Keywords Consciousness  Duration  Metaphysics  Presentism  Time
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