On Time …

A person vehemently asserts that the future is undetermined, but this person also demands that the past is determined. Going back in time 30 years to a determined past, she must now demand that at least for the next 30 years, the future is determined. However, her presence in a determined past makes this impossible. She then concludes both the future and the past are undetermined.

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  1. Greg Porter says:

    The present is determined by the past, so the future must be determined by the past and the present. If the present is an ongoing state of being determined, then the future is also yet to be determined, at least in terms of specifics. On the other hand, if the future is predetermined, then the past and present must have also been predetermined. Is that what you’re saying?

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