Huw Price, Reader in Philosophy, University of Sydney, Australia
"splendidly provocative ... enjoy it as a feast for the imagination" - Sunday Times
"a useful addition to the literature on time, particularly as it reveals the influence of modern science on the way a philosopher thinks" - New Scientist
"the author has done physicists a great service in laying out so clearly and critically the nature of the various time-asymmetry problems of physics" - John Barrow, Nature
The View from Nowhen; More Apt to Be Lost than Got: The Lessons of the Second Law; New light on The Arrow of Radiation; Arrows and Error in Contemporary Cosmology; Innocence and Symmetry in Microphysics; In Search of the Third Arrow; Convention Objectified and the Past Unlocked; Einstein's Issue: The Puzzle of Contemporary Quantum Theory; The Case for Advanced Action; Overview.