Steven F Savitt
Department of Philosophy
The University of British Columbia
Aaronson, S. : ‘The Ghost in the Quantum Turing Machine’ in S. B. Cooper and A. Hodges (eds), The Once and Future Turing: Computing and the World, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 193–296.
Eddington, A. : The Nature of the Physical World, New York: Macmillian Company.
Savitt, S. F. : ‘On Absolute Becoming and the Myth of Passage’ in C. Callender (ed.), Time, Reality, and Experience, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Rovelli, C. [unpublished]: ‘Quantum Gravity: Past, Present, and Future‘.
Sellars, W. : Science, Perception and Reality, New York, The Humanities Press.
Sobel, J. H. [1998}]: Puzzeles for the Will, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
 See (Eddington , Introduction).
 For a list of seventeen programmes in the area, see (Rovelli [unpublished]).
 ‘Representational Asymmetry: we think, speak, and act in ways that treat the egocentric temporal categories as objective, but we do not think, speak, and act in ways that treat the egocentric spatial categories as objective’ (p. 209).