Paolo Di Sia, Looking at the Dimension of Time among Science, Psychology and Everyday Reality, ILSHS Volume 42, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 42)
    In this paper it is given an interesting overview about the concept of time. Starting by the three historically identified arrows of time, we consider the perception of time in relation to philosophy and psychology, then focusing about charming results of modern high energy physics and thermodynamics, which make the study of time and space one of the most fascinating challenges of contemporary knowledge.
    Cosmology, Irreversibility, Modern Physics, Philosophy of Science, Reality, Thermodynamics, Time