SO far I have dealt almost entirely with Space and its properties while using temporal terms unanalysed. In this and the next three chapters I shall be concerned to elucidate the meaning of temporal terms and propositions about time.
KeywordsPast Event Temporal Instant Past State Temporal Equivalent Present Action
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