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C. D. Broad's Philosophy of Time
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Table of Contents

1 Problems in the Ontology of Time
2 The Early Years: The Russellian Theory of Time
3 The Middle Period: The Growing Block Theory of Time
4 The Later Years: The Full-Future Theory, Presentism and McTaggart's Paradox
5 Independent Account of McTaggart's Paradox and the R-theory of Time
6 The Self and Time
7 The Philosophical Implications of Foreknowledge: Precognition, Fatalism and Time
8 Conclusion: Broad, the R-theory and Time
Appendix: Is There a Difference Between Absolute and Relative Space?

About the Author

L. Nathan Oaklander is David M. French Professor Emeritus and professor emeritus of philosophy at the University of Michigan-Flint. Publications include The Ontology of Time (2004), The Philosophy of Time: Critical Studies in Philosophy, 4 vols. (Routledge, 2008), and Debates in the Metaphysics of Time (2014).

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