I begin by looking at the philosophical precedents for denying the passage of time, beginning with arguments reported by Aristotle, and ending with the arguments of McTaggart, Russell and Grünbaum. I show the fallaciousness of all these arguments, arguing that the reality of passage stands or falls with the reality of motion.
Arthur, R.T.W. , Arthur, W. (2019). The problem of time in classical philosophy, in The reality of time flow, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 9-35.
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