Philosophy project which has a fabricated thought from famous philosopher Rene Descartes on the importance of dreams and how they can affect our reality. Not only is a dream of importance, but the idea of experiences in reality or not – even vicariously.

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Five years ago I produced my first ever TMP video on Aristotle. It wasn’t very accurate, but it was popular. Now that I’ve actually done a degree in the subject I’d like to offer this revised version which will prove to be accurate, but not very popular.

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Five years ago I produced my first ever TMP video on Aristotle. It wasn’t very accurate, but it was popular. Now that I’ve actually done a degree in the subject I’d like to offer this revised version which will prove to be accurate, but not very popular.

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Over two millennia ago Heraclitus declared that all is flowing: you can’t step in the same river twice. Parmenides, on the other hand, thought that time is an illusion and all is fixed and permanent. He would fare well in the modern age where spacetime has won the intellectual day. Or has it? A new […]

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Should we rethink the notion that space and time are governed by unwavering laws of nature? Are they better understood as habits, themselves subject to change and evolution? Roberto Unger speaks to Ian Sample about his proposal that time applies to everything, with all the far-reaching implications that has for the universe. In addition, his […]

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What is time? Does it really flow or is that a mere illusion? Could time exist without change? Are the past and future real? Does time have a beginning? Is time travel logically possible? These are just a few of the fundamental questions and philosophical issues which arise regarding time, some of which are discussed […]

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McTaggart’s distinction between the A Series of Time, The B Series of Time and the C Series of Time, Including how these relate to Tense Operators and the precedence relation.

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A introduction to the series explaining McTaggart’s argument for the Unreality of Time. Including the difference between the A series and the B series, the argument for the Ultimacy of the A series, the argument that the A series is contradictory and some objections to McTaggart’s Position.

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An explanation of The modal logic known as temporal logic and an introduction to this month’s series on the logic of time.

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Is change fundamental? In this talk, Stephen Barker describes a metaphysical conception of physical reality, which he calls the Flux-first view, which treats change or flux (Becoming) as fundamental rather than Being: states of affairs, objects/events in spacetime. The core theses are that (i) change is prior to time and (ii) change is prior to […]

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