Aaronson, B.S. “Time, time stance, and existence.” I:293

Adam, B. “The technology-ecology connection and its conceptual representation.” VIII:207

______. “Chernobyl: Iplicate order of socio-environmental chaos. IX:109

Ågren, Hans. “Chinese traditional medicine.” V:211

Akhundov, M.D. “Transformations of Kronos.” VII:73

Albert, S. “Time, memory, and affect: Experimental studies of the subjective past.” III:269

Aldiss, B. “Seeking in Sumatra.” XII:115

Alverson, H. “Cross-language universals in the experience of time: Collocational evidence in English, Mandarin, Hindi, and Sesotho.” VIII:105

______. “From ‘Storied Time’ to ‘Clock Time’ in Economic Globalization at the New Millennium.” X:177

Amman, V. “Variance in Time Morphologies in Production and Consumption of Incense in Medieval Japan.” XVII: 195

Argyros, A.J. “Interdisciplinarity and time.” IX:137

Ariotti, P.E. “The concept of time in western antiquity.” II:69

Arlow, J.A. “Time as emotion.” VI:61

Assad, M.L. “Time and Uncertainty: A Metaphorical Equation.” XI:19

Atwood, S.G. “The development of the pendulum as a device for regulating clocks before the 18th century.” II:417

Augusto, M.H.O. “Time and the individual in the contemporary world: The meaning of death.” VIII:229

Aultman, M.H. “A lawyer’s perspective: Re-presenting human life to society.” VIII:199

Ballard, D. and Gomez, L.F. “Time to Meet: Meetings as Sites of Organizational Memory.” XII:303

Balslev, A.N. “Reflections on time in Indian philosophy.” V:104       

Barbour, J. “A New Theory of Time`s Arrows.” XVI: 5  

Barden Dowling, M. “A Time to Regender: The Transformation of Roman Time.” XI:175

Barrows, A. “Temporal Otherness and the `Gifted Child` in Fiction.” XVII: 97

Becker, J. “Hindu-Buddhist time in Javanese gamelan music.” IV:161

Bedini, S.E. “Oriental concepts of the measure of time.” II:451

Ben-Horin, M. “Tones of Memory: Music and Time in theProse of Yoel Hoffmann and W.G. Sebald.” XII:163

Biberman, E. “Remembering The Future: On the Return of Memories in the Visual Field.” XII:261

Bielawski, L. “The zones of time in music and human activity.” IV:173

Blatt, S.J., and Quinlan, D.M. “The psychological effects of rapid shifts in temporal referents.” I:506

Block, R.A. “A contextual view of time and mind.” VI:61

______. “Psychological time and memory systems of the brain.” VIII:61

Block, R.A. and Dan Zakay, “Psychological Time at the Millennium: Some Past, Present, Future, and Interdisciplinary Issues.” X:157

Botha, M. “Eventual Distention: Restless Simultaneity in Steve Reich’s Piano Phase – Towards a Rehabilitation of the Real.” XIII: 261

Brandon, S.G.F. “The deification of time.” I:370

Brockmeier, J. “Anthropomorphic operators of time: Chronology, activity, language, and space.” 


Brodhead, G.L. “Metaphor and deep time in music.” VII:167

Bronstein, H. “Time schemes, order and chaos.” IX:33

______. “The Seeds of Time: Time and Uncertainty in Shakespeare.” XI:160

Brumbaugh, R.S. “Metaphysical presuppositions and the study of time.” III:1

Bullock, M. “Tales of Time and Terror: Walter Benjamin’s Philosophy of History and the Narrative Aesthetics of Edgar Allan Poe.” XIV:207

Bunge, M. “Time asymmetry, time reversal, and irreversibility.” I:122

Burrows, D. “The Nows.” X127

Bush, A.M. “Time and Uncertainty in Elizabeth Bishop’s Poems.” XI:85

_____. “Black in Black: Time, Memory, and the African-American Identity.” XII:247 

Cairns-Smith, A.G. “Beginnings of organic evolution.” IV:15

Capek, M. “The fiction of instants.” I:332

Cash Beare, L. “From the Biotemporal to the Exotemporal in Atilio Caballero`s La ultima playa.” XVII: 28

Cassirer, E. “On the reality of becoming.” I:345

Christensen, F. “The theory of space-like time.” III:167

Church, M. “Fiction: The language of time — Thomas Mann and James Joyce.” III:500

Clarke, C.J.S. “Process as a primitive physical category.” VII:53

Clark, P. “Temporal inventories and time structuring in large organizations.” III:391

Clausius, C. “Waiting and deconstruction: Between order and chaos in post-modern drama.” IX:63

______. “Francis Bacon: Retrospective Uncertainties.” XI:99

Cloudsley-Thompson, J.L. “Biological clocks and their synchronizers.” III:188

Corish, D. “Time, space, and free will: The Leibniz-Clarke correspondence.” III:634

______. “The beginning of the beginning in Western thought.” IV:34

______. “The Emergence of Time.” V:69

Costa, D. “`More than Watchmen`: Dante on Urgency in Ritual” XVI: 280

Costa de Beauregard, O. “No paradox in the theory of time anisotropy.” I:131

______. “The third storm of the twentieth century: The Einstein paradox.” III:53

Costa de Beauregard, R. “Variations of Narrative Temporalities in John Farrow`s 1948 Film The Big Clock.” XVII: 249

Crawford, M. “Genetic disruption, temporal order, and epigenetic phenomena during early

development.” IX:177

______. “Commemoration – Where Remembering and Forgetting Meet.” XII:223

______. “Big Science: Marching forward the Past.” XIV:123

_________. “Heredity in the Epigenetic Era: Are We Facing a Politics of Reproductive Obligations?” XV:235

Cuhls, K. “Foresight and Urgency: The Discrepancy between Long-Term Thinking and Short-Term Decision-Making.” XVI: 255

Dauer, D.W. “Nietzche and the concept of time.” II:81

Davies, K. “New Times at the Workplace—Opportunity or Angst? The Example of Hospital Work.” X:189

______. “Body Memories and Doing Gender: Remembering the Past and Interpreting the Present in Order to Change the Future.” XII:55

Davies, P.C.W. “Space-time singularities in cosmology and black hole evaporation.” III:74

da Silva, I. and Wolterbeek, M. “Sequence and Duration in Graphic Novels.” XVI: 212

de Solla Price, D. “Clockwork before the clock and timekeepers before timekeeping.” II:367

Denbigh, K.G. “In defence of the direction of time.” I:148

______. “The objectivity, or otherwise, of the present.” III:307

______. “Physical time and mental time.” VI:143

Devinney, M.K. “Time`s Urgency Ritualized: The Centrality and Authority of Mayan Calendars.” XVI: 179

DiCarlo, E. “Transcending Temporal Variance: Time-Specificity, Long Distance Performance and the Intersubjective Site.” XVII: 269

Dobbs, H.A.C. “The dimensions of the sensible present.” I:274

Dolis, J. “Thoreau’s Sense of History: Uncertainty, Identity, Representation.” XI:31

Douglas, E.R. “Temporality, Intentionality, the Hard Problem of Consciousness and the Casual Mechanisms of Memory in the Brain: Facets of One Ontological Enigma?” XII:199 

Douvaldzi, C. “Imagining the End: Time Construction, Millenarianism, and Personal Development in Autobiography and Bildungsroman.” X:65

Dreyfus, H.L. “Human temporality.” II:150

Efron, R. “The measurement of perceptual durations.” I:207

Elchardus, M. “The revolutionary transition and the modern problem of process.” VII:87

Epstein, D. “On musical continuity.” IV:180

Fagg, L.W. “A Comparative Study of Selected Physical and Religious Time Concepts.” X:223

Finkelstein, D. “Beneath time: Explorations in quantum topology.” III:94

Fischer, C.A. “Dramatic Time: Phenomena and Dilemmas.” XIII: 241

______. “Origins as Futures in the Writings of J. B. Priestley.” XIV:103

Ford, G.H. “The eternal moment: D.H. Lawrence’s The Rainbow and Women in Love.” III:512

______. “Death, literature, and its consolations.” IV:46

______. “Humanities and the experiences of time.” V:141

Fraser, J.T. “The study of time.” I:479

______. “Introduction to the special session on flight dysrhythmia.” I:503

______. “Clockmaking — the most general trade.” II:365

______. “The individual and society.” III:419

______. “A backward and a forward glance.” IV:xiii

______. “A report on the literature of time 1900-1980.” IV:234

______. “Hamlet’s Castle in Cyberspace” X:1

______. “The problems of exporting Faust.” V:1

______. “The many dimensions of time and mind: An epistemic jigsaw puzzle game.” VI:1

______. “The elusiveness of the mind.” VI:305

______. “Change, permanence, and human values.” VII:1

______. “Time and the origin of life.” VIII:3

______. “From chaos to conflict.” IX:3

______. “Mathematics and Time.” XI:5

______. “Reflections Upon An Evolving Mirror.” XII:7

______. “Reflections: Let a Dialogue Begin.” XIII:343

______. “The Origin of the Integrated Study of Time.” XIV:15

Front, S. “`There`s More Than One of Everything`: Time Complexity in Fringe.” XVI: 234

______. “In the Forest of Realities: Impossible Worlds in Film and Television Narratives.” XVII:132

Gibson, J.J. “Events are perceivable but time is not.” II:29

Goldman, S.L. “On the beginnings and endings of time in medieval Judaism and Islam.” IV:59

Gooddy, W. “Some factors in the production of dysrhythmia and disorientation associated with rapid latitudinal transfer.” I:533

Goodwin, B.C. “Temporal order as the origin of spatial order in embryos.” I:190

______. “A structuralist view of biological origins.” IV:73

Green, H.B. “Temporal attitudes in four negro subcultures.” I:402

Greenspan, R.J. “Darwinian Uncertainty.” XI:245

______. “Temporal stages in the development of the self.” II:1

Gross, S. “Real time, life time, media time: The multiple temporality of film.” VIII:133

______. “Get Real: Narrative and Uncertainty in Fiction.” XI:58

______. “Narrative Fiction: Writing towards the Origin.” XIV:79

Gruber, R.P., Wagner, L.F., Block, R.A. “Relationships between Subjective Time and Information Processed (Reduction of Undertainty).” XI:188

Guantao, J., Dainian, F., Hongye, F. and Qingfeng, L. “The evolution of Chinese science and technology.” V:170

Guanyuan, Y. “A Communication from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.” V:xvii

Gunnell, J.G. “History of political philosophy and the myth of the tradition.” II:283

Haber, F.C. “The Darwinian revolution in the concept of time.” I:383

______. “The cathedral clock and the cosmological clock metaphor.” II:399

______. “Time, technology, religion, and productivity values in early modern Europe.” V:79

Halpern, J.M. and Christie, T.L. “Time: A tripartite sociotemporal model.” VIII:187

Hamblin, C.L. “Instants and intervals.” I:324

Hancock, P.A. “The Battle for Time in the Brain.” XIII: 65

______. “Zero-Time Theory.” XVI: 68

______. “Time`s up: Clarifying Misunderstandings of Zero-Time Theory.” XVI: 106

Harris, P.A. “The light of time: Einstein and Faulkner.” VIII:121

______. “Scaling mortality to the letter: Georges Perec’s stylistic mechanics of death.” IX:51

______. “Ten Sound Bites for the Next Millennium: Mutations in Time, Mind and Narrative.” X:35

______. “Globalized Humanity, Memory, and Ecology.” XII:27

______. “Invention.” XII:125

______. “The Search for Origins as Detective Story: Detecting Datelines and the Mystery of Origins.” XIV:25

______. “Slow Time: The Suspension of a Tension.” XVII:66

Harris, P.A., Paterson, K and Mitchell, D. “Archivists of the Future.” XVI: 37 

Harris-Birtill, R. “`Looking Down Time`s Telescope at Myself`: Reincarnation and Global Futures in David Mitchell`s Fictional Worlds.” XVI: 16

Harris-Birtill R. and Harris-Birtill D. “Understanding Computation Time: A Critical Discussion of Time as a Computational Performance Metric.” XVII: 220

Hasty, C.F. “Duration and rhythmic process in music.” VII:147

______. “Music’s Evanescence and the Question of Time after Structuralism.” X:97

Hasty, O.P. “Time and process in Marina Tsvetaeva’s definition of lyric verse.” VII:189

Heath, E. “On the normative implications of a theory of spontaneous social order.” IX:125

Heller, M. “The origins of time.” IV:90

Helm, B.P. “Emerson and the sacredness of becoming.” VII:263

Hilewicz, O. “Tracing Space in Time: Morton Feldman’s Rothko Chapel.” XV:83

Huertas-Jourda, J. “Structures of the ‘living present’: Husserl and Proust.” II:163

Huglo, M-P. “George Perec’s ‘Time Bombs’: about Lieux.” XII:101

Huisman, R. “The Origins of Language and Narrative Temporalities.” XIV:49

______. “The Trace of Time in Judicial Reasoning: A Case of Conflicting Argument in the High Courd of Australia (Al-Kateb v. Godwin, 2004).” XV:256

Hund, F. “Zeit also physikalisher Begriff.” I:39

Jackson, J.A. “The processing of temporal information: Do we indeed time our minds?” VI:43

Johnson, C.D. “Scientific explanation and the evolution of time.” V:39

Kafka, J.S. “Time: The Uncertainty of Frame or Content.” XI:79

______. “Psychoanalysis and the Temporal Trace.” XV:197

Kalmus, H. “The measurement of biological and social changes.” III:237

Kamefuchi, S. “A non-causal approach to physical time.” II:239

Kastenbaum, R. “Time, death and ritual in old age.” II:20

Klapproth, F. “Waiting as a Temporal Constraint.” XIII: 179

Klippel, H. “The Radiance of Truth: Remembrance, Self-Evidence and Cinema.” XII:145

______. “Technical Reproduction and the Question of Material Duration.” XIII:137

Knapp, R.H. “Personality and the psychology of time.” I:312

Kramer, J.D. “Temporal linearity and nonlinearity in music.” V:126

LaFleur, W.R. “Need Death Have a Purpose?” XIII: 339

Landsberg, P.T. “Time in statistical physics and special relativity.” I:59

______. “Thermodynamics, cosmology, and the physical constants.” III:116

Lawrence, N. “Temporal passage and spatial metaphor.” II:196

______. “Levels of language in discourse about time.” III:22

______. “My time is your time.” IV:1

______. “The origins of time.” V:23

Leccardi, C. “Family Memory, Gratitude and Social Bonds.” XII:279

Lestienne, R. “Chance and time: From the developing to the functioning brain.” VIII:43

______. “Time, chaos and memory from physical object to living beings.” IX:191

______. “The Duration of the Present.” X:141

______. “A Few Thoughts about Memory, Collectiveness and Affectivity.” XII:1

Lochhead, J. “The expressivity of tempo and timing in musical performance.” VIII:147

Lundmark, L. “The separation of time and nature.” VIII:97

Macar, F. “Central and peripheral mechanisms in timing.” VII:109

Macar, F., Vidal, F., and Bonnet, M. “Attention and brain activation in the processing of brief durations.” VIII:31

Macey, S.L. “The changing iconography of Father Time.” III:540

______. “The relationship between our new sense of time and our sense of an ending in tragedy.” IV:94

______. “Literary images of progress.” V:93

______. “Time and life: An evolving relationship.” VIII:87

MacKendrick, K. “Forgiveness as the Opening of the Future.” XIV:259

Magnus, E.W. “Time, Cognition, and Attic Performance: Tracing a New Approach to Theatre History’s Vexing Question.” XV:152

Matsumoto, M. “Time: Being or consciousness alone?” II:206

Mayr, A. “Social time in experimental music and art.” VI:217

Mays, W. “Whitehead and the philosophy of time.” I:354

______. “Temporality and time in Hegel and Marx.” II:98

McCloskey Engle, P. “Bachelards ‘Discontinuous Bergsonism’ in Zora Neale Hurston’s ‘Sweat’.” XIV:189

McCrossen, A. “Lost in Time; Or, On Any Given Sunday.” X:259

McVittie, G.C. “General relativity and time in the solar system.” I:33

Melbin, M. “City rhythms.” III:444

Melges, F.T. “Disorders of time and the brain in severe mental illness.” VI:99

Meredith, P. “The psychophysical structure of temporal information.” I:259

Merleau-Ponty, J. “Ideas of beginnings and endings in cosmology.” III:333

Michon, J.A. “Processing of temporal information and the cognitive theory of time experience.” I:242

______. “Time experience and memory processes.” II:302

______. “J. T. Fraser’s ‘levels of temporality’ as cognitive representations.” V:51

______. “Timing your mind and minding your time.” VI:17 Miller, D. “Neighbors.” IX:79

Miller, D. “Quality Time.” X:273

Misztal, A. “Beyond the Forensic Imagination: Time and Trace in Thomas Pynchon’s Novels.” XV:40

______. “Time in Variance and Time`s Invariance in Richard McGuire`s Here.” XVII: 175 

Miyake, M. “Some perspectives on the idea of progress as a problem in the study of time: The cases in China, Japan, and Russia in comparison with modern Europe.” VIII:215

______. “Millennial Movements and Eschatologies in Europe and Asia: A Comparative Approach.” X:213

Montemayor, C. . “Memory: Epistemic and Phenomenal Traces.” XV:215

______. “Time as an Open Concept: A Response to Raji Steineck.” XVI: 57

Müller, R.W. “Time in Language: A Universal of Grammar, Education, and Literature?” X:81

Needham, J. “A Message.” V:xiii

Nelson, S. “Time and Memory in the Odyssey and Ulysses.” XV:130

North, J.D. “The time coordinate in Einstein’s restricted theory of relativity.” I:12

______. “Monasticism and the first mechanical clocks.” II:381

Nowotny, H. “Time structuring and time measurement: On the interrelation between timekeepers and social time.” II:325

______. “Mind, technologies and collective time consciousness: From the future to an extended present.” VI:197

______. “Times of complexity.” IX:91

Ochoa, T.T. “Limits on the Duration of Copyright: Theories and Practice.” XIII: 149

Ogawa, H. “The concept of time in the Mithraic mysteries.” III:658

Øhrstrøm, P.”The Uncertainty of the Future.” XI:229 

Øhrstrøm, P. and Plough, T. “A.N. Prior’s Ideas on Keeping Track of Branching Time” XV:181

Ono, K. “On the origin of indeterminacy.” II:249

______. “On two fundamental laws of nature and the role of time in time-space manifold.” III:143

Osborn, L. “Against the stoics: Non-order and temporality in contemporary Christian theology.” IX:21

Ostovich, S. “Pauline Eschatology: Thinking and Acting in the Time that Remains.” XIII: 307

______. “The Human Temporal Condition between Memory and Hope.”XIV:169

______. “Out of Plato`s Cave.”XVII:14

Palmer, J.D. “The living clocks of marine organisms.” III:216

Pannikar, R. “Time and sacrifice — The sacrifice of time and the ritual of modernity.” III:683

Park, D. “The myth of the passage of time.” I:110

______. “Laws of physics and ideas of time.” II:249

______. “The past and the future.” III:351

______. “The beginning and end of time in physical cosmology.” IV:103

______. “Should physicists say that the past really happened?” VI:125

______. “Conciousness and the individual event in scientific theory.” VIII:77

______. “The fortunes and misfortunes of Laplacian determinism.” IX:147

Parker, J.A. “‘Ejected from the Present and Its Certainties’: The Indeterminate Temporality of Hypertext.” XI:39

______. “Inscribing and Forgetting.” XII:35

______. “David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas of Narrative Constraints and Environmental Limits.” XIII: 201

______. “The Chaotic Trace: Stoppard’s Arcadia and the Emplotment of the Past.” XV:21

Parker, J.A. and Weissert, T. “Eternal Recursion, the Emergence of Metaconsciousness, and the Imperative for Closure.” XVI: 131

______. “`Out of Repetition Comes Variation`: Varying Timelines, Invariant Time, and Dolores`s Glitch in Westworld.” XVII:154

Pasler, J. “Narrative and narrativity in music.” VI:233

Pilarcik, M. see Soulsby, M.P.

Plough, T. and Øhrstrøm, P. “A.N. Prior’s Ideas on Keeping Track of Branching Time” XV:181

Pöppel, E. “Oscillations as a possible basis for time perception.” I:219

Pouthas, V., Provasi, J., and Droit, S. “Biobehavioral rhythms: Development and role in early human ontogenesis.” VIII:19

Prager, J. “Jump-starting Timeliness: Trauma, Temporality and the Redressive Community.” XII:229 

Price, H. “Chaos theory and the difference between past and future.” IX:155

Prior, A.N. “The notion of the present.” I:32

Quinones, R.J. “Four phases of time and literary modernism.” II:122

Rabin, A.I. “Future time perspective and ego strength.” III:294

Rämö, H. “Ancient Ideas in a New Setting: Chronos, Kairos, Chora, and Topos in a Postindustrialized World.” X:237

Reinberg, A. “Evaluation of circadian dyschronism during transmeridian flights.” I:523

Renzong, Q. “Cultural and intellectual attitudes that prevented the spontaneous emergence of modern science in China.” V:181

Richter, C.P. “Astronomical references in biological rhythms.” II:39

Rochberg, G. “The structure of time in music: Traditional and contemporary ramifications and consequences.” II:136

Rowell, L. “Time in the musical consciousness of old high civilizations — east and west.” III:578

______. “The creation of audible time.” IV:198

______. “Music as process.” VII:127

______. “Ma: Time and timing in the traditional arts of Japan.” VIII:161

Santiso, J. “Tomorrow Never Dies: Time, Poetry, and Politics in Europe and Latin America during the Twentieth Century.” X:49

Schaltenbrand, G. “Cyclic states as biological space-time fields.” II:54

Scheuregger, M. “Temporal Experience in George Benjamin`s Sudden Time.” XVII: 291

Schipper, K. and Hsiu-Huei, Wang. “Progessive and regressive time-cycles in Taoist ritual.” V:185

Schaub, H. “The Development of Ecological Consciousness of Time in 6- to 12-Year-Old Children.” X:247

Scheibler, S. “The Seductive Quality of Variable Time in Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.” XVII: 112

Schmelzer, M. “Furnishing a Memory Palace: Renaissance Mnemonic Practice and the Time of Memory.” XII:129

Schwarze, S.C. “The branch system hypothesis: A critique.” IV:213

Schweidler, W. “On the Social Origin of Time in Language.” XIV:37

______. “Time`s Redeeming Urgency.” XVI: 291

Sebba, G. “Time and the modern self: Descartes, Rousseau, Becket.” I:452

Shalom, A. “Time and mind in the constitution of the universe: A critique of the participatory anthropic principle.” VI:151 

Sherover, C.M. “Time and ethics: How is morality possible.?” II:216

______. “Perspectivity and the principle of continuity.” IV:136

______. “Res Cogitans: The time of mind.” VI:279

______. “The process of polity.” VII:243

Sibley, K.A.S. “Once a Communist, Always a Communist: How the Government Lost Track of Time in its Pursuit of J. Robert Oppenheimer.” XII:179

Sills, H. “Some Temporal Implications of the Patterning of Mozart and Stravinsky in the Light of Recent Neurological Research into Spatial-Temporal Reasoning.” X111_

______. “The Composer As Prophet In Time and Uncertainty.” XI:149

______. “Music-Making Time?.” XIII: 289

______. “Time, Trace, and Movement in Stravinsky’s Three Japanese Lyrics.” XV:61

Sivin, N. “On the limits of empirical knowledge in the traditional Chinese sciences.” V:151

Smith, J. Maynard. “Time in the evolutionary process.” I:207

Sonne, L.C.A. “Traces of Viking-Age Temporal Organization.” XV:111

Soulsby, M.P. “Beginnings and endings: Hesse and Kawabata.” IV:119

______. “Mind and time: A comparative reading of haiku, Kafka, and Le Guin.” VI:261

______. “Order and disorder: Creating temporality in literary experience.” VII:205

______. “The Sadness and Beauty of Aging in Murasaki and Kawabata: A Thousand-Year Bridge” X:19

______. “Telling the Time of Memory Loss: Narrative and Dementia” XII:87

Spangler, M. “Time proverbs and social change in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.” IV:223

Steineck, R. “The Body as a Medium of Memory.” XII:41

_______ “Time, Waste, and Enlightment, or: On Leaving no Trace.” XV:276

____. “Truth, Time, and the Extended Umwelt Principle: Conceptual Limits and Methodological Constraints.” XIII:350

_______. “Should we Give Up Time?” (Presidental Address) XVI: 44

_______. “Time in Variance” (Presidental Address) XVII:9 

Stevens, W.M. “Cycles of time: Calendrical and astronomical reckonings in early science.” VII:27

Stone, R.M. “The shape of time in African music.” V:113

Streamas, J. “Closure and ‘Colored People’s Time’.” XIII:219

Stuhr, J.J. “Pragmatism, life, and the politics of time.” VIII:267

Tallant, J. “Memory, Anticipation and the (Un)reality of the Past and Future.” XIII: 89

Tan, D. “Telling Time: Literary Rituals and Trauma.” XVI: 198

Taylor, J. G . “Time in particle physics.” I:53

Thornton, R.J. “Time scales and social thought.” VI:181

______. “Malinowski and the birth of functionalism or, Zarathustra in the London School of Economics.” VIII:251

Toda, M. “Time and the structure of human cognition.” II:314

______. “The boundaries of the notion of time.” III:370

Torgovnick, M. “Closure and the shape of fictions: The example of Women in Love.” IV:147

Tresilian, N. “A Walk in Looking-Glass Land: Reflections on the Art-Historical ‘Big Picture’.” XI:123

Trommsdorff, G. and Lamm H. “An analysis of future orientation and some if its social determinants.” II:343

Turner, F. “Poiesis: Time and artistic discourse.” III:614

______. “Space and time in Chinese verse.” V:241

______. “How Death Was Invented and What It Is For.” XIII:329

______. “Time and Traction: Blazing the Trail.” XV:8

______. “Deconstructing the Zero Time Theory.” XVI: 91

Ungvari, T. “Time and the modern self: A change in dramatic form.” I:470

Uzan, P. “A Cognitive Interpretation of the Notion of ‘Uncertainty in Time’ Within the Framework of Modern Physics.” XI:204

an  Van der Meer, E., Kruger, F., Strauch, D. and Kuchinike, L. “Coding of Temporal Order Information in Semantic Memory.” XII:73

Vinsrygg, S. “Time in archaeological thought.” V:225

Voegelin, E. “On Hegel–a study in sorcery.” I:418

Voisé, W. “On historical time in the works of Leibniz.” II:114

Voisé, W., Zeman, J., Molchanov, J.B., and Ackchurin, I.A. “The study of time in Poland, Czechoslovakia, and the Soviet Union.” III:471

Watanabe, M.S. “Creative time.” I:159

______. “Causality and time.” II:267

Weinert, F. “Temporal Asymmetry and Relativity.” XIII:109

______. “The Past-Future Asymmetry.” XIV:139

Weissert, T. “Dynamics and narrative: The time-identity conjugation.” IX:163

______. “Socialtemporal Emergence.” X:203

Werth, L.P. “Clarifying concrescence in Whitehead’s process philosophy.” VII:219

Whitrow, G.J. “Reflections on the history of the concept of time.” I:1

______. “Man and time: Some historical and critical reflections.” VI:295

Whyte, L.L. “Pierre Curie’s principle of one-way process.” I:140

Wood, B. “Petrotemporality at Siccar Point: James Hutton`s Deep Time Narrative.” XVI: 157

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