This is a thesis about time. It is also a thesis about how philosophers argue about time. In the first part of the thesis I introduce two key positions in contemporary philosophical debate about time: presentism, and eternalism. Initially I define these competing positions using the standard existence-oriented definitions one commonly finds in the literature. However, I later argue that the standard definitions lead to confusion, and suggest that new...[Show more]
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