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libertygrl
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Posted 09/08/11 - 12:11 PM:
Subject: Time as object
It is ceaselessly fascinating to me the way our experience of time can speed up and slow down depending on context. On a related note, does anyone feel that time is something independent of our subjective experience? Is time objective at all? Also (a similar but slightly different question), is time an object?
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Posted 09/09/11 - 7:23 AM:

libertygrl wrote:
It is ceaselessly fascinating to me the way our experience of time can speed up and slow down depending on context. On a related note, does anyone feel that time is something independent of our subjective experience? Is time objective at all? Also (a similar but slightly different question), is time an object?



Time is a Mathematical/Scientific quantity, as a matter of study. I do not think that there is any thing 'objective', therefore time is also subjective. Everything objective is objective only in my imagination IMO.
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