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Page 260 of The Review of Metaphysics Vol. 5, Issue 18 [page]

1951 The Review of Metaphysics  
And what we call space he will call a surface. What we call ether waves he will call surface waves.  ...  The world as apprehended in the higher way differs from the world as apprehended in the lower way not only in being infinitely greater, because of its additional dimension of space. but also in possessing  ... 

The Horizon of the Steady-State Universe

F. HOYLE
1955 Nature  
In contrast, events occurring outside the critical surface are in principle unobservable, not only in the present but also over the whole of our world-line, past and future.  ...  It was pointed out many years ago by Weyl that the world-lines of the galaxies seem to be distributed in space-time in such a way that a family of threedimensional surfaces can be drawn orthogonal to them  ... 
doi:10.1038/175808a0 fatcat:xqh6oeiosjfupnfvcq5x3wzorq

Thinking Descartes in Conjunction, with Merleau-Ponty: the Human Body, the Future, and Historicity

James Griffith
2019 Filozofia  
The consequences to remembering what time is are that the future is shown to be the invisible of an intertwining of past and future, and that historicity is the invisible of God.  ...  The duration of objects as already of an intertwined past and present pushes forth an aesthetic world of the present as through the past and past as remembered in the present.  ...  Since there is no vacuum between the surface of different spatial objects in Descartes' space, there is no nothing enclosing, between, or among them.  ... 
doi:10.31577/filozofia.2019.74.2.3 fatcat:wpxn662q3nfjdozh7n3oispfaa

Tracing the Progression of Inhabitation through Interior Surface in Semarang Old Town

AA Ayu Suci Warakanyaka, Yandi Andri Yatmo
2018 Interiority  
This paper argues that the trace of the past is imprinted within the layers of interior surfaces.  ...  of interior space to manoeuvre in time.  ...  They represent the signal of time and the mark of temporality that place the building and its interior space as part of the everyday world, the world full of contingency and mishap (Till, 2009) .  ... 
doi:10.7454/in.v1i1.9 fatcat:i5pujg2lr5gixcd72qvv2h5ihi

Physics in the Real Universe: Time and Space-Time [chapter]

George F. R. Ellis
2007 Relativity and the Dimensionality of the World  
However this time evolution is not related to any preferred surfaces in spacetime; rather it is associated with the evolution of proper time along families of world lines.  ...  This paper points out that this view, in essence represented by usual space-time diagrams, is based on time-reversible microphysical laws, which fail to capture essential features of the time-irreversible  ...  Time Time Figure 1b Figure 4 : Different time surfaces in a curved block space-time. General relativity allows any `time' surfaces that intersect all world lines locally.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-6318-3_4 fatcat:jwmsrlhutbhmjp2ab4c2tjt2za

The Space of Time

Juhani Pallasmaa
1998 Oz  
We do not live in an objective material world. We live in mental worlds in which the experienced, remembered and dreamed, as well as the present, past and future, constantly fuse into one another.  ...  We transform time and space through imagination and dreaming, into the specific human mode of existence-the world of possibilities.  ...  The modernist architectural surface is an abstracted boundary of the volume; surfaces have a conceptual rather than sensory essence.  ... 
doi:10.4148/0888-7802.1324 fatcat:wtau6a5yszectpibo3gidahq3a

The Space of Time

Juhani Pallasmaa
1998 Oz  
We do not live in an objective material world. We live in mental worlds in which the experienced, remembered and dreamed, as well as the present, past and future, constantly fuse into one another.  ...  We transform time and space through imagination and dreaming, into the specific human mode of existence-the world of possibilities.  ...  The modernist architectural surface is an abstracted boundary of the volume; surfaces have a conceptual rather than sensory essence.  ... 
doi:10.4148/2378-5853.1324 fatcat:vhgq346o3rf3vodz6763n4zaki

Memory, Mediascapes, and Temporal Circulation in Urban Space; or How Landscapes Were Never as Linear as We Thought They Weren't

Bryce Peake
2010 Student anthropologist  
On Main Street, Gibraltar, sound and its technology circulate freely in space, often with little hindrance besides other sounds and noises.  ...  This commentary critically reframes the concept of circulation in terms of time, defining the dislocation of space that occurs with media-defined as technology taken to be a social phenomenon-as an occurrence  ...  Many considerations of media in space consider space a linear thing, while past scholarship, especially in anthropology, has already deemed space a non-linear entity.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.sda2.20100201.0001 fatcat:cylurukaezd63ozngkvmeqscjq

Physics in the real universe: time and spacetime

George F. R. Ellis
2006 General Relativity and Gravitation  
However this time evolution is not related to any preferred surfaces in spacetime; rather it is associated with the evolution of proper time along families of world lines  ...  the unchanging block universe view of spacetime is best replaced by an evolving block universe which extends as time evolves, with the potential of the future continually becoming the certainty of the past  ...  Time Time Figure 1b Figure 4 : Different time surfaces in a curved block space-time. General relativity allows any `time' surfaces that intersect all world lines locally.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10714-006-0332-z fatcat:u7t2kxyfure63iqq3h5aksfaya

Page 406 of Journal of World History Vol. 16, Issue 4 [page]

2005 Journal of World History  
406 JOURNAL OF WORLD HISTORY, DECEMBER 2005 world history, but the proliferation of space that attends the deprivi- leging of conventional modes of conceiving of historical spaces.  ...  In many ways, this is a fundamental question facing the practice of world history, which simply respatializes the past, not through a radi- cal reconsideration of the spaces of history, but simply by rearranging  ... 

I: Evidence for Phenomena Beyond 4-D Space-Time and Theory Thereof [article]

R.J Ellis
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Light lowers the entropy level and so reverses the arrow of time into the mirror world of CIGR, where time flows from the future to the past, and reveals monopoles there.  ...  We conclude Dirac monopoles exist, not in 4-D, but in another space-time.  ...  Thus the two worlds are separate, because of the membrane, but equal. So that to an Observer (in our world), time in the mirror world flows from the future to the past.  ... 
arXiv:2207.04916v1 fatcat:c5s3j2x33fgtjjkzek442tdrhi

Marzke-Wheeler coordinates for accelerated observers in special relativity [article]

Massimo Pauri, Michele Vallisneri
2000 arXiv   pre-print
; (b) they index continuously and completely the causal envelope of the world-line (that is, the intersection of its causal past and its causal future: for well-behaved world-lines, the entire space-time  ...  In particular, Marzke-Wheeler coordinates provide a smooth and consistent foliation of the causal envelope of any accelerated observer into space-like surfaces.  ...  In particular, we showed that τ indexes a smooth foliation of the causal envelope of the world-line into space-like surfaces.  ... 
arXiv:gr-qc/0006095v2 fatcat:d2ythbdserhxhdg7zws7hgw4cq

Simulating space and time [article]

B. Whitworth
2010 arXiv   pre-print
The suggested "screen" for our familiar three dimensional world is a hyper-sphere surface simulated by a grid network.  ...  It describes a world where empty space is not empty, space warps, time dilates, and everything began when this virtual universe "booted up".  ...  That the physical world is a simulation seems absurd, but by thinking the unthinkable science has advanced in the past.  ... 
arXiv:1011.5499v1 fatcat:kege3rzysjeb5ib3xcen3lm6de

Page 616 of None Vol. 117, Issue 2 [page]

1960 None  
(C) A plane tangent to a surface at a point Q on the world line is also tangent to the world line. » (D) All planes tangent same surface at points near Q on the world li ersect the orthogonal to the world  ...  To obtain the con- tribution to the field at any point P due to the field of one of the particles, we find first the point Q, of inter- section of the past light cone of P with the world line of the particle  ... 

Until I see your dream in dark skies

Remco Roes, Peter Snowdon
2017 IDEA Journal  
The result is not a commentary or an analysis, in images or in words, but a form of resonance between interiority as a sensory practice, and the exposed surfaces of the always-provisional artistic work  ...  the dark space where the raw, fragmentary material is collected and conserved is never exhausted by the emergent work, but persists and insists as its ground and its condition.  ...  IDEA JOURNAL 2017 DARK SPACE _ the interior IDEA JOURNAL 2017 DARK SPACE _ the interior UNTIL I SEE YOUR DREAM IN DARK SKIES ABOUT SPACES AND INTENTIONS, BODIES REAL AND VIRTUAL at the world.  ... 
doi:10.37113/ideaj.vi0.15 fatcat:ymzk7bionzawpfoxwu6pl6jkzm
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