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1 a : of or relating to time as opposed to eternity b : of or relating to earthly life c : lay or secular rather than clerical or sacred : civil lords temporal 2 : of or relating to grammatical tense or a distinction of timeWhat does temtemporal mean in psychology?
Temporal isn't always used in religious contexts; for example, child psychologists often measure "temporal processing"—that is, speed of thinking—in children with mental difficulties. Note that temporal may also mean "near the temples (of the head);" thus, your brain's temporal lobes are situated at your temples.What are the temporal facts about the world?
The temporal facts about the world include ever-changing facts involving A-properties, including facts about which times are past, which time is present, and which times are future. The correct ontology changes over time, and it is always true that only present objects exist.Do things have temporal parts?
But there is another dispute about time which may have some bearing on whether things have temporal parts. Eternalists agree that past, present and future times all exist, but they disagree amongst themselves as to whether there are important ontological differences between the three categories.