The main result of the present chapter is the ontological distinction between the pure category of real time and qualified time or temporality as the property possessed by entities that last in time. Hartmann’s categorial analysis of time in his Philosophy of Nature (1950) serves as an important reference point. The distinction between pure and qualified time is explored particularly with reference to various modes of “social time.”


Pure and Qualified Time / Poli, Roberto. - STAMPA. - (2016), pp. 3-22.

Pure and Qualified Time

Poli, Roberto
2016

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The main result of the present chapter is the ontological distinction between the pure category of real time and qualified time or temporality as the property possessed by entities that last in time. Hartmann’s categorial analysis of time in his Philosophy of Nature (1950) serves as an important reference point. The distinction between pure and qualified time is explored particularly with reference to various modes of “social time.”

New Research on the Philosophy of Nicolai Hartmann
Berlin
De Gruyter
978-3-11-044102-4
Poli, Roberto
Pure and Qualified Time / Poli, Roberto. - STAMPA. - (2016), pp. 3-22.
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