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Human Experience of Time The Development of Its Philosophic Meaning

ISBN-10: 0810117614
ISBN-13: 9780810117617
Edition: 2001 (Reprint)
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Book details

List price: $34.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
Publication date: 3/7/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 603
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.112
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
Foreword: In the Beginningp. 1
Genesis: The Time of Creationp. 8
Heraclitus: The Law of Changep. 11
Time and Motionp. 15
Plato: The Creation of Timep. 40
Aristotle: Perceiving Time and Selfp. 46
Aristotle: Time as Measurep. 49
Plotinus: Time and Engendered Beingp. 63
Augustine: Experiential Timep. 81
Time and Understandingp. 97
Locke: The Ideal of Durationp. 122
Leibniz: Time as Relationalp. 134
Kant: The Primacy of Timep. 143
Kant: The Temporalization of Conceptsp. 153
Time and Realityp. 157
Hegel: Time and Becomingp. 183
Lotze: Time and Processp. 193
Bergson: Time as Lived Durationp. 218
Alexander: Time and Spacep. 239
The Analysis of Temporal Conceptsp. 261
McTaggart: "The Unreality of Time"p. 278
Russell: "On the Experience of Time"p. 297
Reichenbach: The Primacy of Physical Timep. 315
Whitehead: Two Kinds of Time Relatednessp. 330
The Significance of Experiential Timep. 347
James: "The Perception of Time"p. 368
Peirce: Futurity, Meaning, and Actionp. 384
Royce: Time: Concept and Willp. 395
Santayana: "Sentimental Time"p. 407
Dewey: "Time and Individuality"p. 419
The Structure of Experiential Timep. 437
Piaget: Developing the Concept of Timep. 466
Husserl: The Constitution of the Presentp. 484
Minkowski: The Presence of the Pastp. 504
Heidegger: The Priority of the Futurep. 519
The Open Agendap. 549
Collingwood: "Some Perplexities About Time"p. 558
McKeon: "Time and Temporality"p. 572
Notesp. 581
Indexp. 593
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