You cannot really say that without saying what is wrong with my argument.
I understand things and I am educated. We are of course not going anywhere without you putting any attempt trying to describe in simple language what you understand. That is what I am trying to do here.
Mental exercise is like body exercise. It comes to play an important rule in your daily life too.
Yeah. What I am arguing in here is that time is real because without that change is not possible.
A good thing too! The angels have a huge advantage over us as God’s creatures, but once they made their choice, that was it. [even though they would never change their minds, I have heard.]
But the point of McTaggart is about what is real not what is apparent. He argues that real change does not occur, it is a misperception. There are some different views here, along with McTaggart: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/time/#McTArg
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