from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun An adherent of the theory or system of the temporal power of the papacy.


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  • For example, a temporalist may hold that only the present is real, or that past and present are each real, though it would be less common to hold that past, present and future are all equally real.


  • Another outstanding temporalist or “process philos - opher” is Alfred North Whitehead; his metaphysics of events with its emphasis on “the creative advance of nature,” “the immortality of the past” (from which the irreversibility of Becoming follows), and the denial of durationless instants was very close to the views of


  • On the TSSI and the exploitation theory of profit. ( 'temporalist single system interpretation') (response to article by Andrew J. Kliman, Capital by Simon Mohun

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