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  • n. Plural form of simultaneity.


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  • Since life in particular could under no conditions be created instantaneously – biology makes this abundantly clear, because certain required simultaneities can only result from a history – no God can be almighty.

    2007 January - Telic Thoughts

  • For the moment, we will confine ourselves to pointing out that the abstract time _t_ attributed by science to a material object or to an isolated system consists only in a certain number of simultaneities or more generally of correspondences, and that this number remains the same, whatever be the nature of the intervals between the correspondences.

    Evolution créatrice. English

  • Simultaneity, to measure time is merely to count simultaneities, 9,

    Evolution créatrice. English

  • We have therefore counted simultaneities; we have not concerned ourselves with the flux that goes from one to another.

    Evolution créatrice. English

  • Counting simultaneities, the measurement of time is, 338, 341-2

    Evolution créatrice. English

  • It is limited to counting simultaneities between the events that make up this time and the positions of the mobile T on its trajectory.

    Evolution créatrice. English

  • Adam Michnik describes the end of communism and 20 years of democratization in eastern Europe as a history of simultaneities and paradoxes.

    Eurozine articles

  • “It’s a world of simultaneities,” said Mr. Biesenbach.

    MoMA Gets Biesenbached In Euro-Curator Stampede

  • The tendency for contemporary novelists to write in the first-person allows them to convey thoughts as they would speech “rather than getting to grips with its dynamics and complex simultaneities” he says, before concluding: “When thought becomes no more than unspoken speech, fiction’s gleaming reputation as a mirror of human consciousness will inevitably begin to tarnish”.

    Mind Hacks: Thinking about thoughts


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