Non-Proxy Reductions of Eternalist Discourse
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Around the Tree : Semantic and Metaphysical Issues Concerning Branching and the Open Future, Springer, 2013///143
Eternalists believe that there are past things and future things which are not present. In contrast, presentists hold that only present objects exist. In this chapter, I discuss presentist reductions of eternalist discourse which do not involve quantification over proxies—i.e. presentistically acceptable surrogates for merely past and merely future entities.
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