Dimensions of Time
Download Preface - Jacqueline Murray (49 KB)
Download Introduction - Maureen Muldoon (80 KB)
Download Alternatives to Ptolemy: Astronomy in Carolingian Schools - Wesley Stevens (7.5 MB)
Download Exploring the Universe with Atomic Clocks - Norman Ramsey (269 KB)
Download Darwinism and Feminism: Preliminary Connections - Elizabeth Grosz (156 KB)
Download Warp Speed: How Fast Times Are Changing Our Personal Values - Stephen Bertman (142 KB)
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Humanities Research Group Working Papers 8
Time: whether we’ve too much time on our hands or no time to stop and think, whether time flies or marches slowly, whether we are clock watchers or don’t own a watch, perennially late or inevitably early, the nature of time preoccupies us all. It is fitting, then, that this volume, the last to appear in the century beginning with “nineteen,” should take as its theme “Dimensions of Time.” This volume, as have all in the series, examines a topic of contemporary interest from a variety of historical and disciplinary perspectives.
University of Windsor
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Murray, Jacqeline; Muldoon, Maureen; Stevens, Wesley; Ramsey, Norman; Grosz, Elizabeth; and Bertman, Stephen, "Dimensions of Time" (1999). Working Papers in the Humanities. 8.