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- 100 years of relativity : space-time structure : Einstein and beyond
- 4D electron microscopy : imaging in space and time
- A brief history of time
- A brief history of time : from the big bang to black holes
- A brief history of time : from the big bang to black holes
- A model of the Universe: space-time, probability, and decision
- A model of the universe : space-time, probability, and decision
- About time : Einstein's unfinished revolution
- About time: Einstein's unfinished revolution
- About time: inventing the fourth dimension
- Abstract machine : humanities GIS
- An experiment with time
- Architectures of time : toward a theory of the event in modernist culture
- Astrophysics for people in a hurry
- Asymmetries in time: problems in the philosophy of science
- At the frontier of spacetime : scalar-tensor theory, Bells inequality, Machs principle, exotic smoothness
- Atlas of cyberspace
- Back-in-time and faster-than-light travel in general relativity
- Bangs, crunches, whimpers, and shrieks : singularities and acausalities in relativistic spacetimes
- Bangs, crunches, whimpers, and shrieks : singularities and acausality in relativistic spacetimes
- Bangs, crunches, whimpers, and shrieks: singularities and acausalities in relativistic spacetimes
- Being and time
- Being and time
- Being-in-the-world: a commentary of Heidegger's Being and time, division 1
- Black holes, wormholes & time machines
- Concepts of simultaneity : from antiquity to Einstein and beyond
- Conformal methods in general relativity
- Constructing the universe
- Cosmic secrets : basic features of reality
- Cosmological applications of algebraic quantum field theory in curved spacetimes
- Deleuze and space
- Deparametrization and path integral quantization of cosmological models
- Diffractive technospaces : a feminist approach to the mediations of space and representation
- Dynamic and mobile GIS : investigating changes in space and time
- Economies of signs and space
- Effective spacetime : understanding emergence in effective field theory and quantum gravity
- Einstein, relativity and absolute simultaneity
- Exact solutions in three-dimensional gravity
- Exact solutions of Einstein's field equations
- Exact solutions of Einstein's field equations
- Extra dimensions in space and time
- Foundations of Space and Time : Reflections on Quantum Gravity
- Four-dimensionalism : an ontology of persistence and time
- Four-dimensionalism : an ontology of persistence and time
- Four-dimensionalism : an ontology of persistence and time
- Fractal time : why a watched kettle never boils
- General relativity : a geometric approach
- Geographies of rhythm : nature, place, mobilities and bodies
- Geometric flows and the geometry of space-time
- Geometric possibility
- Geometry and chronometry in philosophical perspective
- Geometry and monadology : Leibniz{u2019}s Analysis situs and philosophy of space
- Gravitation and spacetime
- Gravitation and spacetime
- Gravitation and spacetime
- Heidegger's Being and time : a reader's guide
- Heidegger's Being and time : an introduction
- Heidegger's Being and time: a reading for readers
- Henri Lefebvre on space : architecture, urban research, and the production of theory
- Henri Lefebvre on space : architecture, urban research, and the production of theory
- How is quantum field theory possible?
- How things persist
- Imagining time and space in universities : bodies in motion
- Introduction to relativity
- Introduction to supersymmetry
- Introduction to the anisotropic geometrodynamics
- Introduction to the philosophy of time and space
- Justice, nature and the geography of difference
- Key thinkers on space and place
- Key thinkers on space and place / : edited by Phil Hubbard and Rob Kitchin
- Leibniz's metaphysics of time and space
- Leibniz's metaphysics of time and space
- Liquid modernity
- Locating memory : photographic acts
- Lower dimensional gravity
- Mapping the present : Heidegger, Foucault and the project of a spatial history
- Material constitution : a reader
- McLuhan in space : a cultural geography
- Minkowski spacetime : a hundred years later
- Monastic spaces and their meanings : thirteenth-century English Cistercian monasteries
- Multi-temporality and material culture : an investigation of continuity and change in later prehistoric Lancashire
- Of clocks and time
- On Time and being
- On space and time
- On space and time
- On space and time
- On what there must be
- Operational spacetime : interactions and particles
- Ossuaires : une anatomie du Moyen Age roman
- Our broad present : time and contemporary culture
- Parts and places : the structures of spatial representation
- Past, space and self
- Persistence and spacetime
- Persistence through time, and across possible worlds
- Philosophical investigations on space, time and the continuum
- Philosophy and spacetime physics
- Philosophy of physics : space and time
- Physical origins of time asymmetry
- Physical relativity : space-time structure from a dynamical perspective
- Physical relativity : space-time structure from a dynamical perspective
- Polar inertia
- Problems of space and time
- Quantum field theory in curved spacetime : quantized fields and gravity
- Quantum field theory in curved spacetime and black hole thermodynamics
- Quantum field theory on curved spacetimes : concepts and mathematical foundations
- Quantum fluctuations of spacetime
- Quantum gravity in 2+1 dimensions
- Quantum mechanics in the geometry of space-time : elementary theory
- Quantum processes
- Quantum systems under gravitational time dilation
- Real time II
- Realism, mathematics and modality
- Relativity and the dimensionality of the world
- Relativity and the nature of spacetime
- Relativity and the nature of spacetime
- Relativity, gravitation and cosmology : a basic introduction
- Remapping memory : the politics of timespace
- Rephrasing Heidegger : a companion to Being and time
- Representing space in the scientific revolution
- Représentations et conceptions de l'espace dans la culture médiévale : Repräsentationsformen und Konzeptionen des Raums in der Kultur des Mittelalters : Colloque Fribourgeois 2009 = Freiburger Colloquium 2009
- Rhythmanalysis : space, time and everyday life
- Riddles of existence : a guided tour of metaphysics
- Seeing the future : theoretical perspectives on future-oriented mental time travel
- Sensorama : a phenomenalist analysis of spacetime and its contents
- Sensorama : a phenomenalist analysis of spacetime and its contents / Michael Pelczar
- Space and the self in Hume's Treatise
- Space and time
- Space and time : a priori and a posteriori studies
- Space from zeno to Einstein : classic readings with a contemporary commentary
- Space in America : theory, history, culture
- Space time and gravitation : an outline of the general relativity theory
- Space, Place and Gender
- Space, place, and gender
- Space, text, and gender : an anthropological study of the Marakwet of Kenya
- Space, time and Einstein : an introduction
- Space, time and Einstein : an introduction
- Space, time, & stuff
- Space, time, and motion : a philosophical introduction
- Space, time, and spacetime
- Space, time, and spacetime : physical and philosophical implications of Minkowski's unification of space and time
- Space, time, and stuff
- Space, time, and the limits of human understanding
- Space, time, and theology in the Leibniz-Newton controversy
- Space-like time: consequences of, alternatives to, and arguments regarding the theory that time is like space
- Space-time adaptive processing for radar
- Space-time foliation in quantum gravity
- Space-time of the Bororo of Brazil
- Space-time reference systems
- Space-time structure
- Space-time symmetry and quantum Yang-Mills gravity : how space-time translational gauge symmetry enables the unification of gravity with other forces
- Spacetime
- Spacetime and electromagnetism: an essay on the philosophy of the special theory of relativity
- Spacetime and singularities: an introduction
- Spacetime and theology in dialogue
- Special and general relativity : an introduction to spacetime and gravitation
- Spinors and space-time, Volume 1 :, Two-spinor calculus and relativistic fields
- Spinors and space-time, volume 2, spinor and twistor methods in space-time geometry.
- Stochastic analysis in discrete and continuous settings : with normal martingales
- The Cambridge Companion to Heidegger's Being and Time
- The Philosophy of right and left : incongruent counterparts and the nature of space
- The Schrödinger-Virasoro algebra : mathematical structure and dynamical Schrödinger symmetries
- The calendar : the 5000-year struggle to align the clock and the heavens - and what happened to the missing ten days
- The cognition of geographic space
- The concept of identity
- The concept of identity
- The concept of identity
- The condition of postmodernity : an enquiry into the origins of cultural change
- The cosmological singularity
- The culture of time and space 1880-1918
- The end of certainty : time, chaos, and the new laws of nature
- The end of time : the next revolution in our understanding of the universe
- The existence of space and time
- The far horizons of time time and mind in the universe
- The fate of place : a philosophical history
- The fourth dimension
- The genesis of Heidegger's Being and time
- The invention of time and space : origins, definitions, nature, properties
- The irony of Heidegger : an essay
- The labyrinth of time : introducing the universe
- The labyrinth of time : introducing the universe
- The language of space
- The large scale structure of Space-Time
- The legacy of Albert Einstein : a collection of essays in celebration of the Year of Physics
- The legacy of Albert Einstein : a collection of essays in celebration of the Year of Physics
- The location of religion : a spatial analysis
- The many faces of Maxwell, Dirac and Einstein equations : a Clifford bundle approach
- The many worlds of Hugh Everett III : multiple universes, mutual assured destruction, and the meltdown of a nuclear family
- The metaphysics of time : a dialogue
- The nature of space and time
- The necessary structure of the all-pervading aether : discrete or continuous? Simple or symmetric?
- The perfect wave : with neutrinos at the boundary of space and time
- The poetics of space
- The poetics of space
- The poetics of space : [the classic look at how we experience intimate places]
- The production of space
- The science of space-time
- The science of time 2016 : time in astronomy & society, past, present and future
- The shape of space
- The shape of space
- The spatial turn : interdisciplinary perspectives
- The speed of light : constancy + cosmos
- The universe of fluctuations : the architecture of spacetime and the universe
- The universe of fluctuations : the architecture of spacetime and the universe
- The void
- Theory of the electron : a theory of matter from START
- Thing and space : lectures of 1907
- Time : a traveler's guide
- Time and free will : an essay on the immediate data of consciousness
- Time and space
- Time and space
- Time and space
- Time and the digital : connecting technology, aesthetics, and a process philosophy of time
- Time of nature and the nature of time : philosophical perspectives of time in natural sciences
- Time's Arrows Today : Recent Physical and Philosophical Work on the Direction of Time
- Time's arrow & Archimedes' point : new directions for the physics of time
- Time's arrows today : recent physical and philosophical work on the direction of time
- Time, space and philosophy
- Time, space, and metaphysics
- Time, space, and metaphysics
- Time, space, and philosophy
- Time, space, and the unknown : Maasai configurations of power and providence
- Time, space, and the unknown : Maasai configurations of power and providence
- Time: its structure and role in physical theories
- Timing space and spacing time
- Towards a theory of spacetime theories
- Tracing manuscripts in time and space through paratexts
- Travels in four dimensions : the enigmas of space and time
- Understanding the space-time concepts of special relativity
- Urban revolution now : Henri Lefebvre in social research and architecture
- Urknall, Sterne, Schwarze Löcher : Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft des Universums
- What Spacetime Explains : Metaphysical Essays on Space and Time
- What spacetime explains: metaphysical essays on space and time
- When the universe took a U-turn
- World enough and space-time: absolute versus relational theories of space and time
- Yanantin and Masintin in the Andean world : complementary dualism in modern Peru
- Zeno's paradoxes

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