Time: A Philosophical Introduction (Hardback)
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Time: A Philosophical Introduction (Hardback)

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Hardback 304 Pages / Published: 24/09/2015
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Time: A Philosophical Introduction presents the philosophy of time as the central debate between being and the becoming.This core theme brings together the key topics, debates and thinkers, making ideas such as Zeno's paradoxes, the experience of change and temporal flow and the direction and shape of time and time travel, clear and understandable. Alongside a glossary and detailed timeline to further enhance study and understanding, each chapter features: * Extensive lists of further reading in both primary and secondary sources * A chronological listing of key figures, brief biographical data and references * True/false questions, matching, multiple choice, and short answer questions Time is a central philosophical subject, impacting on all many different aspects of philosophy. More technical discussions of issues from mathematics, logic and physics are separated into Technical Interludes,allowing readers to choose their level of difficultly. As a result this comprehensive introduction is essential reading for upper-level undergraduates studying the philosophy of time,metaphysics or the philosophy of science.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9781472505576
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 603 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 18 mm


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Thorough surveys of core philosophical topics are rare treasures, and this is one. Harrington (Loyola Univ. Chicago) intends this comprehensive treatment of time to enrich the study of key issues in metaphysics, logic, philosophy of language, epistemology, and philosophy of science. ... Harrington enriches each chapter with brief supplemental discussions of major philosophers' thinking on time, applications for theories of time, and technical notes that explain specific terms and ideas. Each chapter also offers a study exercise and a set of discussion questions to inspire student work between or during classes and a bibliography of primary and secondary resources for further reading. Summing Up: Essential. Upper-division undergraduates and graduate students. * CHOICE *
This book has a great deal to recommend it. Harrington deserves praise for providing such a thorough and detailed introduction to the philosophy of time. Upon completion of each chapter, one is left with a good flavour of the debate in that area, as well as a realisation of the many open questions that remain ... Harrington has produced a stimulating and detailed companion. * International Studies in the Philosophy of Science *
Harrington's book is a useful introduction to the philosophy of time. It provides an in-depth discussion of a number of topics that could easily be used to construct an undergraduate or postgraduate course. * Metascience *

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