The Physical Concept of Time
The concept of time has been discussed since the earliest records of philosophy, at which point science had not yet become a separate subject. It is rooted in the subjective experience of the present or moment of awareness which appears to ‘flow’ through time and thereby to dynamically distinguish the past from the future. This has led to the formal representation of time by the real numbers, and of the present as a point moving in the direction defined by their sign.
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