By J J a Mooij
This ebook offers with the heritage of a critical challenge within the philosophy of time: Can time exist with no brain or realization, and if no longer, in what respects? Aristotle used to be the 1st to formulate this challenge, and it's been intensively mentioned ever given that. This publication analyses the solutions and arguments and units them of their historic context. even if there were very varied techniques, the e-book exhibits vital continuities to boot. in addition to being a consultant monograph, it may be utilized in classes at the philosophy of time as a rule, or at the realism/idealism debate. Readership: All these attracted to the learn of time and in highbrow background, in addition to scholars of metaphysics and ontology and the background of philosophy in most cases.
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Measuring time thus becomes a question of arithmetic, of course including rounding oﬀ, approximating and dividing: the counting of recurring periods such as years, months, days, and whatever else is possible on that basis. In other passages, however, Aristotle refers to the role of the now (to nun) for determining temporal duration, and in that connection he also has something to say about succession in time. 8 Is time as the measure of change and rest in respect of before and after thus essentially the number of successive nows?
Owen in particular has vigorously defended this view. Cf. his essay ‘Tithenai ta phainomena’, in Logic, Science and Dialectic, esp. pp. 247–251. 11 The discussion of the ﬁrst hypothesis continues a while. Afterwards the second hypothesis (the One is not) also leads to a contradictory tangle of consequences. In short, it is equally impossible for the One to be and not to be. from pherecydes to plato 19 the object of debate and is taken to have a rational character. It is not conﬁned to the phenomenal world, but is connected with the world of ideas.
They fall outside the preserve that is dependent on the soul. But does this also apply to the now, the single, unique moment of the present? The thesis can be defended that the present, strictly speaking, cannot exist without consciousness. The argument is then that the present only exists when a consciousness has a sense of now, feels, thinks or says ‘now’, whereby the moment of the present is detached from the succession of all moments. 29 The argument is not compelling and it has a direct rival, but could Aristotle not have made his conclusion more convincing by means of an argument of this kind?