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Kant's remarks about the concept of time and the principle of noncontradiction

Kant: "if this representation [of time] were not an intuition (internal) a priori, no conception, of whatever kind, could render comprehensible the possibility of change" OP: "how could ...
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Kant's remarks about the concept of time and the principle of noncontradiction

By abstracting the role of time in allowing objects to possess contradictory properties, I believe you have drawn us away from two essential aspects of its character. The first is that time does not ...
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Kant's remarks about the concept of time and the principle of noncontradiction

Leibniz defines temporal succession as necessitation of one incompatible state of affairs, A, by another, B. This necessitation is modelled on inference, although of course we can't infer A from B, ...
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