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The Unreality of Time

The Unreality of Time by John McTaggart
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The Unreality of Time by John McTaggart is a thought-provoking exploration of the nature of time and its relationship to reality. McTaggart argues that time is a complex and illusory concept, ultimately leading to the conclusion that time does not truly exist.

Throughout the book, McTaggart presents a variety of philosophical arguments and examples to support his thesis. He discusses the nature of past, present, and future, as well as the idea of time as a series of events that are both simultaneous and successive. McTaggart also delves into the implications of his theory for our understanding of causality, free will, and the nature of reality itself.

While some readers may find McTaggart's arguments challenging and perhaps even disconcerting, his extremely well reasoned and thorough analysis will surely spark deep thought and contemplation. The Unreality of Time is a seminal work in the field of metaphysics that forces us to reconsider our fundamental assumptions about the nature of time and existence.

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John McTaggart (1866-1925) was a British metaphysician and philosophical idealist. In this famous article for the periodical Mind, he introduced the notion of the A, B and C series, which was to become a leading theory in explaining the nature of time.

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