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The core argument of this book is that this century’s philosophy — precisely in its would-be most radical formulations — has relinquished its original function, by neutralizing those paradoxes of the nature of time that, conversely, science has taken as both the premise and the condition of its work. The aim of the reflection proposed here, however, is not limited to describing the constant elements (or the innumerable metamorphoses) of the modern and post-modern ‘visions’ of time; neither is it to ‘reinstate’ — sic et simpliciter — the neglected dimension of space. Its aim is an attempt at identifying the dimension, that is, the space, of ‘our’ time, starting from the cosmic disorientation that the new scientific image of the universe has transmitted to our experience.
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