Quotation by Charlie Dunbar Broad

the future is simply nothing at all. Nothing has happened to the present by becoming past except that fresh slices of existence have been added to the total history of the world. The past is thus as real as the present.
Charlie Dunbar Broad (1887–1971), British philosopher. Scientific Thought, p. 66, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner (1923).
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