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Readership: Scholars and advanced students of metaphysics and the philosophy of physics
Ulrich Meyer, Colgate University, NY
Ulrich Meyer is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Colgate University in Upstate New York. He has published numerous articles in logic and metaphysics, with a special focus on the philosophy of time. The Nature of Time is his first book. He earned a PhD in Philosophy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of Cambridge.
"The Nature of Time is a fantastic read. It provides a concise introduction to various issues in the philosophy of time and a well-presented defense of a novel view. . . . [it] is essential reading for those working in the philosophy of time and modality." - Jennifer Wang, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
2: Relationism about time
3: Temporal substantivalism
4: Tense logic
6: Instants of time
7: Temporal structure
8: Time and existence
10: The flow of time
11: The Problem of Motion
12: Relativity without spacetime