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A concept that is central to our conception of ourselves in the world is less likely to be in error than those that are less central. Plausibly, the concepts of agency, deliberation, decision, prudence, responsibility, causation and time are important concepts of this kind. If we think of our concepts as forming an interrelated web, with some concepts more central to the web than others, then it seems likely that the concepts of deliberation, prudence, responsibility, and causation will be at the centre of that web.
Because the folk concept of time appears to be satisfied across a wide range of epistemic possibilities the concept is not likely to be in error. We come now to the second reason to suppose that our concept of time is errorresistant. Temporality is one of the most entrenched, fundamental, and pivotal notions, not least in terms of our conception of ourselves as agents who did things in the past, and who must decide what to do in the future. A concept that is central to our conception of ourselves in the world is less likely to be in error than those that are less central.
Towards a common language for the discussion of time based on Prior’s tense logic. In Multidisciplinary aspects of time and time perception, ed. Argiro Vatakis, Anna Esposito, Maria Giagkou, Fred Cummins, and Georgios Papadelis, 46–57. Berlin: Springer. Øhrstrøm, Peter, and Per Hasle. 1995. Temporal logic: From ancient ideas to artificial intelligence. Dordrecht: Kluwer. Ploug, Thomas, and Peter Øhrstrøm. 2012. Branching time, indeterminism and tense logic. Synthese 188(3): 367–379. Pnueli, Amir.