Nowness and Loss of Meaning in Tensed Propositions

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Abstract

The debate over the ontological status of tense continues between A-theorists and B-theorists. Although it has been conceded by B-theorists that reference to tenses cannot be completely eliminated, they claim that this does not require a commitment to the existence of tensed facts. This article will seek to highlight an aspect of the meaning of tensed propositions that seems to have been overlooked, i.e. that tensed propositions retain their meaning only under certain circumstances.

Nowness and Loss of Meaning in Tensed Propositions

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