Repository URL:
http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/384
Author(s):
Rainer E. Zimmermann
preprint description
With a view to the results discussed in the first two parts of this paper, the concept of time is revisited oncemore and chosen as an example in order to demonstrate the meaning of fundamental in both physical and philosophical terms. It is shown that if arguments are given in favour of or against the concept of time, then their ontological state has to be clarified in the first place.

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