an unusual and refreshing addition to the literature. He is to be applauded for demonstrating that the issues temporal metaphysicians engage with have relevance beyond the confines of temporal metaphysics itself. Barry Dainton, Times Literary Supplement highly original and distinctive... reflection on the large and varied range of the mind's engagements with time can provide a very rich, and as yet rather underexplored, source of insights into the very nature of time. Christoph Hoerl , Mind Le Poidevin's Images is a rewarding and imaginative treatment of the nature of temporal representation, nourished with a broad range of examples: perception, memory, pictorial art, and narrative fiction. Ian B. Phillips, The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science Le Poidevin should be praised for crafting his own research projects and shining a light on temporal representation from such a wide variety of topics. Not many books address topics in philosophy of mind, psychology, cognitive science, epistemology, metaphysics of time, philosophy of art, and literary criticism! Readers looking for a book with fresh material and challenging arguments to think about will find one here. Craig Callender, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
About the Author
Robin Le Poidevin is Professor of Metaphysics at the University of Leeds. He is the author of Questions of Time and Tense and coauthor of The Philosophy of Time.