The “Master Argument” of Diodorus and Temporal Determinism
All propositions have a truth-value, and these truth-values do not change over time.
Therefore, propositions about my actions tomorrow were already true (or false) yesterday, and consequently.
My deliberations and decisions today can have no influence upon my actions tomorrow.
KeywordsContingent Proposition Temporal Truth Temporal Determination Alternative Future Abstract Logic
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