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27. Natural Reality / D. Time / 1. Nature of Time / b. Relative time

[time is relative to observers, objects and relations]

10 ideas
There is no time without movement [Aristotle]
If there were many cosmoses, each would have its own time, giving many times [Aristotle]
If motion and rest are abolished, so is time [Sext.Empiricus]
Space and time are the order of all possibilities, and don't just relate to what is actual [Leibniz]
Space and time are purely relative [Leibniz]
Time is the order of inconsistent possibilities [Leibniz]
Time may be defined as the possibility of mutually exclusive conditions of the same thing [Schopenhauer]
For McTaggart time is seen either as fixed, or as relative to events [McTaggart, by Ayer]
We have the confused idea that time is a process of change [Lockwood]
The relational view of space-time doesn't cover times and places where things could be [Bird]