Living Philosophy

Time & Temporality with Graeme A. Forbes

December 01, 2021 Todd Mei / Graeme Forbes Season 1 Episode 22
Living Philosophy
Time & Temporality with Graeme A. Forbes
Show Notes

We live within time, but apart from it passing or lingering too long, how much do we understand the extent to which it pervades our lives? And what should we make of the claim based on physics that time does not pass, and therefore, that our experience of it doing so is really an illusion? Graeme A. Forbes (University of Kent) is a metaphysician of time (and much more!) who helps us gain some clarity on the human experience of time.

Living Philosophy is brought to you by

Dr Todd Mei

Hillary Hutchinson, Career and Change Coach at Transitioning Your Life
Martin Bunzl, author of Thinking while Walking
Hermeneutics in Real Life
Geoffrey Moore, author of The Infinite Staircase     

Links Related to this Episode:
Graeme A. Forbes (professional website, personal website)

 Susan Stebbing (SEP)
Philosophy and the Physicists (Amazon)
Thinking to Some Purpose (Good Reads)

Phenomenology (Entry by Paul B. Armstrong)
Albert Camus (The Plague)

Craig Callendar (Website)
E. M. Cioran (Wikipedia)
Martin Heidegger (Wikipedia)
Maurice Merleau-Ponty (Wikipedia)
Wilfrid Sellars (Wikipedia)

Music: Earth and the Moon, by Ketsa
Theme to Doctor Who at the Internet Archive

Logo Art: Angela Silva, Dattura Studios