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Time, Change and Freedom
An Introduction to Metaphysics
by L. Nathan Oaklander, Quentin Smith
- Genres: philosophy
- Release date: July 20, 1995
- Publisher: Routledge
- Author: L. Nathan Oaklander, Quentin Smith
- ISBN: 9780415102490 (0415102499)
- Language: english
- Format: paperback, 228 pages
About The Book
This is the first introduction to metaphysics which is tied together by the idea of time. Time, Change and Freedom explores ideas such as whether there was a beginning of time and the possibility of an infinite past and an eternal future. It looks at what happens when things change, and what affect that has on us and our personal identity. The book also asks if we can be free and what is the relationship of human freedom to various theories of divine foreknowledge and determinism? The final part of the book brings students right up to date with theories of relativity and contemporary cosmology about time and the universe. Sections in Time, Change and Freedom cover: The Problem of Change God, Time and Freedom Relational and Substantival Theories of Time Tenseless Time Written in an engaging dialogue form, this book will explain the key themes of contemporary metaphysics, and at the same time the philosophy of time, to the beginner. It will be invaluable for all students on introductory philosophy courses, and for students interested in the philosophy of time and metaphysics.
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