Works dealing with the concepts of space and time.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: The Hole Argument
The hole argument is an attempt to illustrate how spacetime substantivalism causes errors in a large class of spacetime theories; by John D. Norton.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Time Travel and Modern Physics
The paradoxes inherent in the idea of time travel are explained in the context of modern physics; by Tim Maudlin.
Time and Chance - Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Nick Huggett reviews this book by David Z. Albert.
Why is Time Frame-dependent in Relativity?
Essay subtitled "Minkowski's spacetime as a Kantian 'condition of possibility' for relativistic calculations". By M. Szirko.
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