+44 1803 865913
By: Charles Hepworth Holland
150 pages, B/w photos, illus
Examines differing perspectives on time, how and why we measure time as we do and time in relation to our lives. It then moves on to look at time in relation to the universe as a whole, from the beginnings of time through to the present incorporating views by the ancient and modern philosophers and the role that religion has in the discussion of time.
(Journal of Geoscience Education, Vol 48, 2000)
"an erudite, cultured and poetic vision"
(Palaeontological Association, November 2001)
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