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(p. viii) List of Figures

(p. viii) List of Figures

  1. 1.1 Endurance (a), perdurance (b), and exdurance (c) in classical spacetime 19

  2. 1.2 Endurance (a), perdurance (b), and exdurance (c) in Minkowski spacetime 34

  3. 1.3 “Corner slice” (Gilmore 2006: 212–213) 35

  4. 2.1 Łukasiewicz negation 45

  5. 2.2 Łukasiewicz conjunction 45

  6. 2.3 Łukasiewicz disjunction 45

  7. 2.4 What seems to follow for the material conditional from Łukasiewicz negation, conjunction, and disjunction 46

  8. 2.5 Łukasiewicz conditional 47

  9. 2.6 A more suitable truth table for negation 50

  10. 3.1a A‐series, indeterministic “open future” variant 71

  11. 3.1b A‐series, deterministic variant 72

  12. 3.2a A B‐series (linear temporal ordering of events) 73

  13. 3.2b Block universe 73

  14. 3.3 Alexandroff Present 77

  15. 3.4 Alexandroff Present, reasonable units 77

  16. 3.5a Non‐spatially‐restricted‐relativistic “present” candidate 79

  17. 3.5b The Absolute Elsewhere Present 79

  18. 3.6a Propensities in space‐time 85

  19. 3.6b Just the facts 85

  20. 4.1 Two types of eternal recurrence 99

  21. 4.2 Modal Realism 114

  22. 4.3 Actualism 114

  23. 4.4 Possible Worlds and Possible Presents 116

  24. 7.1 Galilean Space‐time 183

  25. 7.2 Minkowski Space‐time 184

  26. 8.1 I f only contributes to E p by way of C̅ 265

  27. (p. ix) 12.1 Gliding along the timeline requires a meta‐time 390

  28. 12.2 Integrating change: the seeing of a falling block in a Block universe 391

  29. 12.3 Two conceptions of the specious present 395

  30. 12.4 An Extensionalist specious present: a ball rolling along the floor 397

  31. 12.5 A single Extensional specious present and its relationship to objective time 398

  32. 12.6 One conception of how Extensional specious presents combine to form streams of consciousness 399

  33. 12.7 An alternative—and more plausible—conception of how Extensional specious presents combine to form streams of consciousness 400

  34. 12.8 A more realistic depiction of the distribution of specious presents in an Extensional stream of consciousness 400

  35. 12.9 A single Retentional specious present and its relationship to objective time 401

  36. 12.10 A more realistic depiction of a Retentional stream of consciousness 403

  37. 12.11 Retentions in action 403

  38. 12.12 Five conceptions of the nature of time—and the large‐scale structure of the universe 405

  39. 12.13 Experiencing a sequence of tones in a Moving Spotlight universe 411

  40. 12.14 Another look at the rolling ball 417

  41. 13.1 Husserl's model of time‐consciousness (from Gallagher 1998) 423

  42. 13.2 Intentions and timescales 431

  43. 16.1 A charge that is hyperbolically accelerated in the future 499

  44. 16.2 A charge that is hyperbolically accelerated in the past 500

  45. 16.3 A charge that is hyperbolically accelerated for all times 505

  46. 16.4a Past truncated Minkowski spacetime 510

  47. 16.4b Future truncated Minkowski spacetime 510

  48. 17.1 Outward journey: what Traveller measures 532

  49. 17.2 Outward journey: what Homebody measures 533

  50. 17.3 Return journey: what Traveller measures 534

  51. 17.4 Return journey: what Homebody measures 535

  52. 17.5 Complete journey 535

  53. 17.6 The four multiply connected topologies of the two‐dimensional Euclidean plane 538

  54. 17.7 Walking on a torus 539

  55. 17.8 From multiply connected space to the universal covering space 539

  56. (p. x) 17.9 From space to space‐time 540

  57. 17.10 Straight paths in the universal covering space of a (2 + 1) 543

  58. 20.1 The worldlines of the time traveler T and of Grandpa G according to the multiverse proposal. 583

  59. 20.2 The generators of the boundary may have endpoints not in S 591

  60. 20.3 Rolling up a slice of (1 + 1)‐dimensional Minkowski spacetime 592

  61. 20.4 The causal future J +(Σ) 604

  62. 20.5 An illustration of the definition of hole freeness 605

  63. 20.6 A conformal diagram of a black hole 612

  64. 23.1 Foliation of spacetime into spacelike hypersurfaces 667

  65. 23.2 The classical and the quantum theory of gravity exhibit drastically different notions of determinism 672