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Constraining Chaos

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With the help of the integrated study of time, the paper traces the evolution of causation and time. Then, based on what has been learned and assisted by a critique of the idea that our experience of passage is rooted in cosmic entropy increase, it suggests that the human experience of time derives from the constitutive conflicts of matter, life, and personal and collective human identities. It shows that all of these conflicts derive from the evolutionary constraints upon the primeval chaos.

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2007-11-01
2016-12-07

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