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Saint Augustine. (2002). The confessions of St Augustine. E. B. Pusey, Trans. Project Gutenberg. (Original work published 401). 
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Keywords: Reality, Time
Creators: Pusey, Saint Augustine
Publisher: Project Gutenberg
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Chapter xi   "What now is clear and plain is, that neither things to come nor past are. Nor is it properly said, "there be three times, past, present, and to come": yet perchance it might be properly said, "there be three times; a present of things past, a present of things present, and a present of things future." For these three do exist in some sort, in the soul, but otherwhere do I not see them; present of things past, memory; present of things present, sight; present of things future, expectation. If thus we be permitted to speak, I see three times, and I confess there are three."   Added by: Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard
Keywords:   Reality Time
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