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“This is an indispensable collection of articles on the philosophy of time. Its contributors illuminate every major aspect of it and its history. I can think of no better guide to the subject.”  ( Philosophy, Religion and Science Book Reviews , 5 April 2014) “Summing Up: Recommended.  Upper–division undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty.”  ( Choice , 1 November 2013)

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“This is an indispensable collection of articles on the philosophy of time. Its contributors illuminate every major aspect of it and its history. I can think of no better guide to the subject.” ––Hugh Mellor, University of Cambridge “In this exceptional collection of original essays, Adrian Bardon and Heather Dyke have put together a volume that makes an invaluable and lasting contribution to the philosophy of time.” ––L. Nathan Oaklander, University of Michigan–Flint

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Glaring absence of the hermeneuticists of time. 28 Oct 2014
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When going through the index I was amazed that the likes of Bergson, Heidegger and Riceour were absent. That's a huge lack. Luckily there is Gallagher's piece on Husserl's concept of time consciousness to represent some Continental thought, as well as a discussion of phenomenology by Kiverstein and Andersen and en ever so slight sprinkling of references to Heidegger. About the editor's other book on time, "A Brief History of the Concept of Time", a Norwegian reviewer states the problem very well: "The continental strand of philosophy is also entirely absent. I miss in particular Henri Bergson whose views on duration I remember to be very inspiring (and very complex). I do not blame Bardon for having his way of presenting the subject, but I do not appreciate when an author makes huge omissions without informing his reader explicitly about them. A couple of paragraphs in the Introduction and some footnote references would do; otherwise some readers may be led to think that Bardon's book includes all significant contributions to the debate on the nature of time. It certainly does not." This omission seems somewhat redressed in this anthology.
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