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"Kant had no knowledge of contemporary science" is I think a more accurate statement than "Kant had no knowledge of modern science," because "modern" science" generally refers to science since the scientific revolution of Newton and his approximate contemporaries in other fields of empirical inquiry. Kant's project was more ...


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Time is the sequence of existence, whatever it is you want to call it, of the creation. In order to discuss I redraw the framing definitions in consideration those provided were properties. Time is a measure of duration where we observe change. Change is the reduction of possibility. Time is a specific point in the extent of the duration of existence that ...


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