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27. Natural Reality / D. Time / 2. Passage of Time / b. Rate of time

[speed of the passing of time]

6 ideas
If time involved succession, we must think of another time in which succession occurs [Kant]
If time flows, then 'how fast does it flow?' is a tricky question [Smart]
Time can't speed up or slow down, so it doesn't seem to be a 'process' [Le Poidevin]
If time passes, presumably it passes at one second per second [Maudlin]
What is time's passage relative to, and how fast does it pass? [Bardon]
It is meaningless to measure the rate of time using time itself, and without a rate there is no flow [Baron/Miller]