On Russell’s definition of moments of time
AbstractIn the paper two definitions of moments of time as the sets of events are considered. The first one is Russell’s definition based on a relation simultaneity of events. The second one is my construction of moments of time grounded on a relation of being immediately preceding.
Bertrand Russell: Our Knowledge of the External World, revised ed. George Allen & Unwin, London 1929.
A. N. Whitehead, Process and Reality, Corrected edition, The Free Press, New York–London 1978.
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