• Essence and potentiality: Aristotelian strategies of addressing problems of change and persistence 

    Bowin, John Francis (2005)
    When Aristotle makes his case that time is a property of motion, he not only argues that time depends for its existence on motion, but that it derives its structural properties from motion as well. But if this is to avoid ...
  • Lecture 3: Foundations of sustainable design: The time of railway stations 

    Kohler, Niklaus (2009-09-29)
    In this lecture, Dr. Kohler briefly discusses different philosophical concepts of time, with a particular emphasis on theories of time as a social framework. He then applies these considerations of time as an abstract ...
  • Time 

    Boduch, Michael; Fincher, Warren (2009-11)
    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 human nature: a modest defense of eternalism 

    Goss, Maxwell James (2006)
    Eternalism is the view that all times are real and no time is objectively past, present or future. It is commonly assumed that eternalism creates problems for robust conceptions of human nature, since the freedom, ...