|Dec5-12, 01:28 AM||#1|
A Mathematician's View on the Existence of Time
I am not certain if this is the right location to put this post, but since this is a section for mathematics and my question is one for mathematicians, it will be placed here for now:
How would you, as a mathematician, view time? More precisely, do you think time exists?
It might be strange to ask specifically for a mathematician's view, and perhaps a mathematician's view may be no different from a physicist's view or a philosopher's view but I am interested if there any interesting tidbits a mathematician can add.
I also welcome any input from presentists, possibilists, and eternalists out there.
|Dec5-12, 07:35 AM||#2|
Yesterday, I didn't think time existed but today I do.
|existence of time|
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