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No time for classical mechanics ?

@inproceedings{Pashby2012NoTF,
  title={No time for classical mechanics ?},
  author={T. Pashby and B. Roberts},
  year={2012}
}
We prove a classical analogue of Pauli’s theorem, showing that there is no time observable in classical mechanics in the very same sense that there is no time observable in quantum mechanics. We then examine how this result can be circumvented, and argue the result suggests a certain Aristotelian interpretation of time in classical mechanics. 

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