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Message 3 of 11 (27764)
12-23-2002 11:45 PM
Reply to: Message 2 by forgiven
12-22-2002 7:07 PM

Originally posted by forgiven:
at which division of 'now' do we cease? at which do we continue? all that exists is "now," for those bound by space and time... for those not so bound, yesterday and tomorrow both exist... we can claim conciousness by claiming that there is more than the material, we can be sure of continued conciousness in the same way... or we can choose your way
I think forgiven might be hitting on something important. We divide time into increments, but are those increments actual things? Not really. We made them up. The argument gzus made seems to depend upon the use of, or conception of, time as discrete things-- like blocks that you stack one on top of the other.
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