What does the polysemy of time reveal to us?

By Etienne Klein, physician and philisopher, on the occasion of TimeWorld 2019.

A motion through space […] becomes a curve on the graph […] In this way, time is represented as if it were another dimension of space. Motion is frozen, […] We have to find a way to unfreeze time – to represent time without turning it into space.
Lee Smolin, The Trouble with Physics, 2008

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