The Unreality of Time

McTaggart and Prior

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“I believe that time is unreal.’ But I do so for reasons which are not, I think, employed by any of the philosophers whom I have mentioned, and I propose to explain my reasons in this paper,” (Mctaggart 1908, 457)

Most everyone accept that time is real. McTaggart famously took up this assumption, and declared time to not be real, because it depends on what is known…

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Brandon Long

Brandon Long

Writes about science, politics, philosophy, and the spaces that separates us as as species — and occasionally in story form.