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Physical time and the problem of its structure
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absolute space asym asymmetric behaviour becoming boundary conditions branch systems classical mechanics clocks corresponding cosmic time function defined definition description of motion description of physical determined discrete dynamical systems Earman equilibrium evolution fact flow foliation fundamental future orientation given Grunbaum H-theorem homeomorphic implies invariant laws irreversible behaviour irreversible processes law of phenomenological laws of physics macroscopic mechanical program metric Minkowski spacetime Newtonian mechanics Newtonian spacetime number of dimensions observer occur order relation parameter and coordinate parametrised curve particle past and future phase space phenomenological thermodynamics physical reality physicists point of view possible Prigogine principle problem quantum mechanics regard Reichenbach rela relativistic relativity theory reversal invariant role second law simultaneous spacetime formalism spacetime manifold statistical mechanical structure of physical Stueckelberg temporally orientable theorem theory of relativity thermodynamic time asymmetry thermodynamical program time-atoms tion topological total temporal order trajectory ture twin twin paradox universe universe-tree whereas worldlines