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Title: Unfreezing the spotlight: tense realism and temporal passage
Author: Correia, Fabrice
Rosenkranz, Sven
Keywords: Filosofia de la ciència
Temps (Filosofia)
Philosophy of science
Time (Philosophy)
Issue Date: 26-Jun-2019
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Abstract: Realism about tense is the view that the contrast between what was, what is and what will be the case is real, and not merely a projection of our ways of thinking. Does this view entail realism about temporal passage¿i.e. the view that time really passes, in the same sense of 'real'? We argue that the answer is affirmative for many versions of tense realism, and indeed for all sensible versions. We thereby address an important conceptual issue regarding these two forms of realism and rebut recent claims that tense realism is compatible with anti-realism about temporal passage.
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It is part of: Analysis, 2019
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ISSN: 0003-2638
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