Philosophy of Space and Time: And the Inner Constitution of Nature

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Routledge, Jun 3, 2014 - Philosophy - 440 pages
This is Volume XVII of seventeen in a series on Metaphysics. Originally published in 1967, this is a phenomenological study into the philosophy of space and time and the inner constitution of nature and the theory of everything being 'simply located'.
 

Contents

Introduction
17
Principles of Measurement and Analysis of Space
79
Time and Substructure
287
Historical Critique The Rise and Fall of Scientific Dualism
359
Conspectus of Principles and Fallacies
417
Name Index
423
Subject Index
427
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Michael Whiteman

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