This blog will focus on the philosophical foundations of time from its Platonic and

Aristotelian origins to its cosmological, physical, and psychological implications. As

such, participants need familiarity with classical philosophy, Euclidean structures,

mathematics, and modern problems as related to the philosophy of time. To this

end, listed are some suggested references:

1. The Direction of Time, by Hans Reichenbach (Section III)

2. The Nature of Existence, by John McTaggart and Ellis McTaggart

3.  Metaphysics,  by D. W. Hamlyn (Chapter on Time)

4. The Philosophy of Time, by Richard M Gale

5.  The End of Time: The Next Revolution in Physics, by Julian Barbour (Part 1)

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