PHIL2109 Contemporary Metaphysics
Assessment Task 3
Argue against the idea that time is directed.
(Here are some things you might try: (a) consider various reasons for thinking that time is directed and argue against those reasons; (b) suggest a way of thinking about things in which time is not directed; (c) argue directly that time is not directed.)
(You will probably need to start by clarifying what the idea is.)
Optional. This task is optional. If you choose not to do it then your final essay will be out of 60 (instead of 40), and will have a word limit of 3600 (rather than 3000).
Length. No more than 600 words.
Presentation. Get it all to fit on one page. Just include your name, a brief title, and your answer. Put your name in the body of the file, rather than in a header or footer.
Submission. Email it directly to me: email@example.com. You should also submit official copies in the usual way - a hard copy to the philosophy office (for your signature) and a soft copy to firstname.lastname@example.org (as proof of submission).
Due date. Saturday 17th October, by 4pm. Submit it earlier if you can.
Mark. I'll give you a mark out of 20.
Late penalty. I'll subtract 3 marks for each day late (including weekends).