A Match Made in Texas (Love Inspired Larger Print) by Arlene James

By Arlene James

Kaylie Chatam is a pediatric nurse--she cares for infants and youngsters. yet her new sufferer is a really good-looking man. One with a harrowing mystery. Why is Stephen Gallow improving from a major harm at her relations domestic in Texas? And why has Kaylie been requested to nurse him again to healthiness? Her expensive maiden aunts appear to be enjoying matchmaker. yet Kaylie isn't anticipated to discover real love and marry--everyone understands that. Except Stephen...who simply could carry the therapy for them both!

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McTaggart can thus reasonably claim that introducing second-order tenses fails to eradicate the initial paradox since precisely the same paradox exists at the higher level of temporal predication. McTAGGART ON TIME’S UNREALITY 17 In reply, the A-theorist might insist that events don’t have all nine second-level properties simultaneously, rather they have them successively. In describing this succession third-level temporal predicates are required. But once again, the passage of time ensures that each and every third-level predicate applies to everything, and not all of them are compatible.

By way of an analogy, suppose a reel of a black and white movie film is unwound and glued to a long glass wall. As you walk along the wall, looking at the film, you see a long series of frames or “stills”, each of which depicts the action in the film at a different instant. This static series of images corresponds to the B-series. Suppose you now see, far to your right, a single 20 TIME AND SPACE image shining brightly in full colour. An instant later the image has returned to black and white, but now the next image is illuminated, and then the next.

Clearly not. A hot poker that cools down over a period of a few minutes involves change, involving as it does a change in properties over time, or so common sense suggests. Now just suppose that the B-theorist is right and that time could exist without an A-series, and consider a poker that is hot at t1 and cold at t2. The B-theorist will say that this is an instance of change, but McTaggart objects: what is it that changes here? Everything about the B-series is permanent so it is always true that the poker is hot at t1 and cold at t2.

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