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McTaggart on Time

  • David H. Sanford (a1)
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1 ‘The Static Versus the Dynamic Temporal’, The Philosophy of Time, edited by Gale Richard M. (New York, 1967), p. 65.

2 Mind, XXXIX, pp. 2642.

3 Mind, XVII, pp. 457474; reprinted in McTaggart 's Philosophical Studies (London, 1934), pp. 110131.

4 Volume II, edited by Broad C. D. (Cambridge, 1927), Chapter XXXIII, pp. 931.

5 pp. 20–22. This passage is reprinted in full in Gale 's useful anthology The Philosophy of Time, pp. 9496.

6 ‘Time, McTaggart, and Pickwickian Language’, Philosophical Quarterly, X (07 1960), p. 253. Mink's explication is followed closely by Gale Richard M., ‘McTaggart's Analysis of Time’, American Philosophical Quarterly, III (04 1966), pp. 145146.

7 Wisdom John, ‘Time, Fact and Substance’, Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, XXIX (19281929), pp. 8185; Stebbing L. Susan, ‘Some Ambiguities in Discussions Concerning Time’, Philosophy and History, edited by Klibansky Raymond and Paton H. J. (Oxford, 1936), pp. 114115.

8 Gotshalk concentrates his attention on this paragraph, pp. 36–42.

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