The Psychology of Time
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In the preceding chapters, several aspects of physical time have been described. In view of the merger of physical time with the three other temporal varieties (viz. the intrapersonal, interpersonal and psychophysical time) into a single, universal time, which is justified by the first claim of psychophysical parallelism, these aspects of physical time apply also, mutatis mutandis, to universal time. Yet, several specific features of psychological time (both intra-, and inter-subjective) call for additional comments.
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