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There appears to be a clear conflict between presentism and the special theory of relativity, as pointed out by Putnam and Gödel. Čapek contests this by proposing a novel form of 'here-now' presentism under which the existent present is restricted to a single spacetime point. Such a present overcomes many of the criticisms which have plagued previous presentist views and, particularly, provides a definition of the present which is frame-invariant. By doing so, it succeeds in avoiding any directdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.3471182.v1 fatcat:dvcxt7lpvjf3dm2pswtj47yshy