1 The most substantive attempt at conceiving of a second temporal dimension is to be found in the addendum to ThomsonJudith Jarvis's ‘Time, Space, and Objects’ (Mind, 011965). Interestingly enough, Thomson makes a ‘spatializing’ assumption similar to that made by Wilkerson. For a discussion of this, and other problems with Thomson's project, cf. my ‘Two-dimensional Time’ (Philosophical Studies, 051976).
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