This volume focus on the history and philosophy of tense-logic. Though many of the contributions focus on the inventor of modern tense-logic, Arthur Norman Prior, other articles discuss logical and philosophical topics pertaining to the philosophy of time. When about Arthur Norman Prior invented tense-logic a primary motivation was his desire to discuss the status of propositions the contingent future. Many of the articles will take up this issue, from various perspectives. In addition the issue also contain an important discussion of the Prior Internet Ressources.
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