• Identity over time in classical Indian metaphysics 

    Feldman, Joel Scott (2015-02-11)
    This dissertation undertakes a comprehensive analysis of the arguments for and against an ontology of momentary temporal parts advanced by a long tradition of Buddhist philosophers in Sanskrit. Drawing on the latest authors ...
  • Is, was, will, might 

    Baia, Alex (2012-07-17)
    My guiding question is this: how does what is metaphysically differ from what was, will be, or might have been? The first half of the dissertation concerns ontology: are the apparent disputes over the existence of merely ...
  • Silogísticas del sobresalto : resonancias científicas en la obra de José Lezama Lima 

    Vargas, Omar (2012-07-19)
    My dissertation is an interdisciplinary work dealing with the intersection of the work of the Cuban poet, essayist, novelist, editor and cultural promoter José Lezama Lima (La Habana, Cuba, 1910-1976) with some of the main ...
  • The process of experience 

    Grube, Enrico (2013-08-02)
    Perceptual experience seems to relate us not only to non-temporal features of objects such as colors and shapes, but also to certain temporal properties such as succession and duration, as well as to the sensible properties ...
  • Time 

    Boduch, Michael; Fincher, Warren (2011-10-25)
    This paper investigates the nature of time with a particular emphasis on how humans relate to time, both as an abstract concept and as a phenomenon integral to existence. It examines how we measure time, how time factors ...
  • Time and technical impressions : exploring the relationships between temporal experience, communication practices, and impression management in the contemporary workplace 

    Inman Ramgolam, Dina (2014-10-15)
    The primary goal of this study is to explore the impact of dominant cultural patterns associated with the contemporary workplace on organizational members' experience of time. First, in order to investigate such potential ...
  • Time out : organizational training for improvisation in lifesaving critial teams 

    Ishak, Andrew Waguih, 1982- (2012-10-04)
    Exemplified by fire crews, SWAT teams, and emergency surgical units, critical teams are a subset of action teams whose work is marked by finality, pressure, and potentially fatal outcomes (Ishak & Ballard, 2012). Using ...
  • Time slips : queer temporalities in performance after 2001 

    Pryor, Jaclyn Iris (2015-08-20)
    This project examines contemporary performances that disrupt normative understandings of time/history. I argue that the complimentary regimes of heterosexuality and capitalism produce the temporal logics that create the ...