Essay heading: McTaggart's Impressive, But Imperfect Argumet

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September 30, 2003

 

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McTaggart has no problem with this claim and goes so far as to label each period during which something has each of these qualities as T1, T2, and T3. When something exists at a certain moment in the future, that moment is T1. This strategy is applied to the event at the moment it enters the present; it is here that it is known as T2...
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And when the happening is located at a moment in the future, it is referred to as T3. Again, objectors to the theory that the A-Series is unreal would feel like they still have the upper hand; fully agreeing with McTaggart's logic, but this is where McTaggart makes their point. He points out that each of these points, T1, T2, and T3, are singular points in and of themselves...
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