Is it Time?

@article{Macculloch2010IsIT,
  title={Is it Time?},
  author={T. Macculloch},
  journal={Issues in Mental Health Nursing},
  year={2010},
  volume={31},
  pages={300 - 301}
}
  • T. Macculloch
  • Published 1 March 2010
  • Medicine
  • Issues in Mental Health Nursing
The article argues that the relationship to time is at the root of what makes us human and that culture arises with and from efforts to transcend death, change and the rhythmicity of the physical environment. Time can be tracked through systems of time measurement and later transformed from a process of nature into clock time, a time to human design that is abstracted from context and content. In this form time can be traded with all other times. With contemporary science and new information… Expand

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