chronophobia


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chronophobia

an abnormal discomfort concerning time.
See also: Time
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Chronophilia and chronophobia do not strike me--and less still those with a more thorough background in non-European thought--as the only affective options we have to Time, and to assert as much out of logical exigency seems indelicate, to say the least.
It is also characterized by a double bind between chronophilia, the attachment "to a temporal being" and chronophobia, the fear of losing that temporal being (9).
The key argument here concerns the co-implication of chronophobia and chronophilia.