Faculty Advisor

Auxier, Randall


The careful consideration of human perception through our lived experience reveals that time is something real. We perceive the reality of time through the nature of our “being” and how beings themselves are intricately connected to one another through temporal and special relationships. Perceiving time as experientially real is fundamental to the reality we experience. Hence, the fabric of space and all things; past, present, and future must be included as the foundational prerequisite form of all reality itself if we are to generate a theory of reality at all. By using our perception to examine both scientific and metaphysical assertions we will become better equipped to answer questions regarding time, space, temporality and reality and, perhaps learn something meaningful about the world.


I am hopeful that my research will open the question of temporal experience and perception to the scientific world. I am glad I had the chance to learn and share my work.