Time Travel And Becoming
Savitt (Steven)
Source: Monist, July 2005, Vol. 88 Issue 3, p413-422, 10p
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  1. The article discusses a supposed implication of one sort of time travel1.
  2. The existence of an objective lapse of time means that reality consists of infinity of layers of now which come into existence successively.
  3. The argument relies in a relativistic context on a way of thinking on a way of thinking about time appropriate to a pre-relativistic context.

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