Subjective Time Analysis by Zeno’s Paradox

London Journal of Engineering Research
Volume | Issue | Compilation
Authored by Dr. Nergis Ustoglu , NA
Classification: NA
Keywords: time, arrow paradox, relativity.
Language: English

The expansion of subjective time according to external time is required for time perception and phenomenological information. Zeno’s arrow paradox analysis necessitates both of the two consecutive times to be compared in the extended intellectual time, like the mind distinguishing the two points within the same space. This relativity is necessary for motion perception, which is the change in space over time.


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