|Review of James Harrington, 'Time: A Philosophical Introduction'|
|Torrengo (Giuliano) & Mariani (Cristian)|
|Source: Dialectica, 71, 4: December 2017; pp. 628-631|
|Paper - Abstract|
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|1Harrington’s book does not require or presuppose any philosophical or scientific background, and it is therefore an optimal textbook for undergraduate or masters level courses.
→ the logic of time,
→ the epistemology of time, and
→ the physical structure of time.
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