2.19 Temporal Paradoxes

Category: Metaphysics

Keywords: duration, instant, succession, series, temporal, changing, moments, spatio, temporally, change, clock, interval, changes, continuous, simultaneous

Number of Articles: 310
Percentage of Total: 1%
Rank: 47th

Weighted Number of Articles: 387.5
Percentage of Total: 1.2%
Rank: 28th

Mean Publication Year: 1960.1
Weighted Mean Publication Year: 1961.7
Median Publication Year: 1965
Modal Publication Year: 1952

Topic with Most Overlap: Ordinary Language (0.0499)
Topic this Overlaps Most With: Space and Time (0.0387)
Topic with Least Overlap: Moral Conscience (0.00019)
Topic this Overlaps Least With: Duties (0.00123)

Temporal Paradoxes

Figure 2.50: Temporal Paradoxes

Temporal Paradoxes Articles in Each Journal

Figure 2.51: Temporal Paradoxes Articles in Each Journal

Comments

I’ve called this temporal paradoxes, though you should read that a bit disjunctively. The core of the topic is articles about Zeno’s paradoxes. But there are some other articles about paradoxes. Carroll’s paper (both the original and the repeat) is there I suspect because of the words “Achilles” and “tortoise”. And there are several other articles about the passage of time that aren’t connected to the paradoxes. Some of the recent work on temporal parts is in here, though more of it appears much later in Composition and Constitution

The steady pace of articles here is quite striking, and maybe a touch ironic given the subject matter.