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 Time Travel - Philosophy Dictionary of Arguments
Time travel: A time travel is the traveling of one or more subjects from their respective present into a time which, from the point of view of these subjects, lies in the past or in the future. It is usually assumed that the traveler maintains their age and biological condition. Therefore, in the case of time travels, a hierarchy of several times is to be assumed, namely the proper time of the travelers which determines their biological age, the duration of the procedure of the travel and the historical time of the "destination". Logical problems associated with time travel are inter alia contradictions related to the fact that events of the past could be influenced after they occurred. See also time, time reversal, symmetry, time arrow, grandfather paradox.

Annotation: The above characterizations of concepts are neither definitions nor exhausting presentations of problems related to them. Instead, they are intended to give a short introduction to the contributions below. – Lexicon of Arguments.
Author Item    More concepts for author
Genz, Hennig Time Travel   Genz, Hennig
Gribbin, John Time Travel   Gribbin, John
Lewis, David K. Time Travel   Lewis, David K.
Vollmer, Gerhard Time Travel   Vollmer, Gerhard

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