KronoScope 6:2 (2006) © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2006 Time’s Books HERVÉ BARREAU. Le Temps , third edition. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2005, 128 pp. Readers of KronoScope will be familiar with Hervé Barreau’s erudite presentation of a philosophy of time that proposes the difference between living-time (the time of life) and time-lived (consciously experienced time) as preceding, in a “primordial” and fundamental way, the classical dichotomy of physical or objective time and sub- jective time experience by consciousness (“Living-Time and Lived Time: Rereading St. Augustine,” KronoScope 4:1 (2004): 40). Now in its third edition, Barreau’s slim volume, Le Temps , offers a very different approach to the theme of time, more precisely to the problem of naming what is thought to be time. His text is a contribution to the Presses Universitaires de France (PUF) series “Que sais-je?” (“What do I know?”), well-known to the educated French- speaking public, which has the task of disseminating basic information presented by specialists on all aspects of contemporary knowledge. The overall aim of the series is to establish a grid of general knowledge consistent with the demands of contempo- rary culture. It is helpful to keep this publishing framework
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