|C. D. Broad, Examination of McTaggart's Philosophy, 1933|
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All sections in the present work which are marked with an asterisk, and only such sections, contain independent developments of questions raised by McTaggart's argument. They may be omitted by anyone whose only interest is in the exposition and criticism of McTaggart's own doctrines. Note. All references to pages or sections of the Nature of Existence refer to the first edition, published by the Cambridge University Press (Vol. 1, 1921, and Vol. II, 1927). At present this is the only edition; but it seems worth while to record the precise souree of the quotations in case there should in future be other editions with different pagination.