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Time : perspectives at the millennium (the study of Time X)

The tenth volume in a scientific and humanistic inquiry into the nature and experience of time. Divided into six areas, including literature and language, music, psychology, sociology, history, and marking time, the articles are specific in content and broad in implication.
Print Book, English, 2001
Bergin & Garvey, Westport, Conn., 2001
xiv, 298 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
9780897896412, 0897896416
Online version:
Perspectives at the Millennium : an introduction
1. Hamlet's castle in cyberspace
on literature and language:
2. The sadness and beauty of aging in Murasaki and Kawabata : a thousand-year bridge
3. Ten sound bites for the next millennium : mutations in time, mind, and narrative
4. Tomorrow never dies : time, poetry, and politics in Europe and Latin America during the twentieth century
5. Imagining the end : time construction, millenarianism, and personal development in autobiography and Bildungsroman
6. Time in language : a universal of grammar, education, and literature?
on music and experience:
7. Music's evanescence and the question of time after structuralism
8. Some temporal implications of the patterning of Mozart and Stravinsky in the light of recent neurological research into spatial-temporal reasoning
9. The nows
on behavior:
10. The duration of the present
11. Psychological time at the Millennium : some past, present, future, and interdisciplinary issues
on society:
12. From "storied time" to "clock time" in economic globalization at the new millennium
13. New times at the workplace
opportunity or angst? : the example of hospital work
14. Sociotemporal emergence
on history and belief:
15. Millennial movements and eschatologies in Europe and Asia : a comparative approach
16. A comparative study of selected physical and religious time concepts
on marking time:
17. Ancient ideas in a new setting : chronos, kairos, chora, and topos in a postindustrialized world
18. The development of ecological consciousness of time in 6- to 12-year-old children
19. "Lost in time, or, On any given Sunday"
20. Quality time