I'm still fishing for help I guess with the unreality of time.
A theorists are said to think that the A series is not reducible to the B.
- Are there different forms this rejection of reductionism can take?
- Does anyone suggest that the A series does exist, in addition to the B, but only includes the psychological experience of tense, not the reality of tense?
- And would that mean that there is an A series but in reality all of its points occur in ever tense at every time?
I want to do some fairly in depth reading on this, if you can help with references.