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With the help of the hierarchical theory of time, this essay (i) attempts to locate the sources of desires which, in their qualities, are peculiar to humans, (ii) explores the nature of freedoms available for the satisfaction of those desires and (iii) identifies the dynamics of conflicts that arise from possessing unbounded imagination in a bounded universe.

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2002-12-01
2016-08-26

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