Philosophy of Time?
What is TIME to the philosopher?
- ♜Ⓢⓚⓨ ❍ Ⓓⓞⓥⓔ ♜Lv 511 months ago
We exist in a single moment of consciousness conditioned by the flow of memories.
- PLv 711 months ago
The length of the path to enlightenment
- nineteenthlyLv 711 months ago
Depends on the philosopher. I would say time is an emergent relationship abstracted from change.
- nealleshLv 611 months ago
vibrations, when things start going round and round, it generates time, when you meditate, time has no meaning
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- tizzoseddyLv 611 months ago
Time is a concept, created by Mankind (and perhaps other concept-forming beings) for the purpose of communicating about, and thinking about, change. Change occurs over time. Things that existed at an earlier time, change to become that which presently exists. That which presently exists will change to become that which will exist in the future. Time is also useful in the planning and coordinating of cooperative actions.
- kundaliniLv 611 months ago
something to which one is exposed while acting or there is action
In the restlessness is the responsibility. So a philosopher preaches above all tranquility.
- Campbell HaydenLv 711 months ago
Q: What is TIME to the philosopher?
A: A blessing, and an inconvenience.
- Josh AlfredLv 511 months ago
In the void there is no time.
The motion of the planets give rise to our experience of time.
The motions are calculated and cycled in man's track of them, as years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, seconds. There appears to be smaller times and larger times.
I hold to a theory of Cosmic time (the Ultimate tick-tock), to regular time, but also to the theory of relative time (time is relative to your velocity over distance t=v/d).
- 11 months ago
There must be Time -- or else everything would happen at once.
- smallLv 711 months ago
Change is Time...... if there be no change at all, Time loses both its quantum and cognition.