Time and Space Barry Dainton Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001, xiv + 386 pp., $75.00, $29.95 paper [Book Review]

Dialogue 43 (1):174- (2004)

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Barry Dainton wrote Time and Space “to provide an introduction to the contemporary philosophical debate that presupposes little or nothing by way of prior exposure to the subject, but that will also take the interested and determined reader quite a long way”. He has achieved much of what he intended in this difficult enterprise. He covers the major arguments in a fair-minded way, writes clearly, and has found a good illustrator to provide a host of diagrams that his student readers in particular will find helpful. The book also has a helpful glossary and list of web resources, as well as a brief bibliography and index.

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