At the Centre for Time we have been working on a number of experimental philosophy projects.
* What do non-philosophers (sometimes known as 'the folk') think time is like? Is there a single folk
concept of time, and if so, what is its content?
*What is our temporal
phenomenology like? In particular, does it seem to us as though passes, in some robust way?
*What sorts of time-biases do our preferences exhibit? Are we future-biased, and if so, under what
conditions? Is the explanation for our being future-biased that we have
certain beliefs about time, or that we have a certain temporal phenomenology?