Existence and Time : Philosophical and Scientific Inquiry
This work discusses Heidegger and Einstein and discovers, through these and other authors as important as Darwin, the mystery of what is time. It is argued that there are two sets of conceptions of time. The first is a cyclical and / or repeatable time, the fundamental in the history of human thought. To it belongs the notion of time of Einstein. The second is an irreversible and directional time of which we are aware due to aging and death. In it we can place the concept of time of Heidegger. This work presents the latest scientific knowledge in physics, evolutionary genetics, evolutionary linguistics and the psychology of attachment, among other disciplines, in order to s substantiate scientifically the philosophical reflections presented as to the nature of time and the meaning of existence.
- Paperback | 218 pages
- 134.87 x 208.03 x 12.7mm
- 19 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Pub