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|Title: ||The Dimensionality of Time|
|Authors: ||Weinstein, Steven|
|Issue Date: ||23-Jul-2006|
|Publisher: ||Centre for Time, Department of Philosophy, University of Sydney.|
|Series/Report no.: ||Time and Consciousness|
|Abstract: ||Many philosophers have concluded that Kant was wrong about space, the form of outer experience - that the space of our experience is not necessarily Euclidean. Be that as it may, one can nevertheless ask whether he was right about time, the form of inner experience. Is time necessarily one-dimensional? In this talk I will explore whether and how one might make sense of the possibility that the mind, or its physical embodiment, is extended in more than one time dimension.|
|Description: ||Contains one audio recording (mp3)|
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|Type of Work: ||Recording, oral|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference presentations, workshops and meetings|
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