[I]f tense-logic is haunted by the myth that whatever exists at any time exists at all times, ordinary modal logic is haunted by the myth that whatever exists exists necessarily.
Arthur Prior, Time and Modality, (OUP: 1957), p. 48.
researcher, lecturer and author in Contemporary European Thought: Atheism and Religion
Pluralism and Individuation in a World of Becoming
Marbles of the dancing floor break bitter furies of complexity —W.B. Yeats
Spinozism and Life in the Chaosmos
Researching the Demands of Thought
No bells, just whistling in the dark...