temporalism

temporalism

the philosophical doctrine that emphasizes the ultimate reality of time instead of the reduction of time to a manifestation of the eternal. — temporalist, n.temporalistic, adj.
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Crossing successfully is possible only with a willingness to enter an alien land alone, unaccompanied by our familiar accoutrements of causalism, naturalism, moralism, personalism, temporalism, voluntarism, humanism, positivism, literalism.
It negates both relativism and historicism in favor of an ontologically grounded temporalism in which ontologically rooted perspectives emerge within the context of a past which presents itself in the richness of the present and which is oriented toward a novel future in an ongoing process of socializing adjustment.