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2 The Stable Integrative Levels of Nature The modern concept of integrative levels, used in organizational theory, is a latter-day version of the much older concept of hierarchical ordering. That the universe is arranged in different orders of being, descending from and ascending to a first principle, is an idea going back at least to Plato and Aristotle. The term hierarchy first appears in the treatises of Pseudo-Dionysius, a Christian Platonist of the second half of the fifth century. In The Celestial Hierarchy and The Ecclesiastical Hierarchy he maintains that it is the hierarchical organization of the universe that makes it possible to reconcile in its nature the phenomena of the many with the unity of the one.
Any happening singled out for attention is an instant. Each distinct direction or length of the shadow defines an instant of time as does the coming of the friend. Two locally simultaneous instants make up an event. "Friend at shadow 14" is an event, "bark at shadow 8" is another one. If the dog is far away then the ''hearing of the bark at shadow 8" is the event. The temporal separation between two events is just that: temporal separation or time passed. If the earlier event happened very long ago and is of special importance, then the temporal separation is the epoch of the later event.
It is not even a time measurement in the ordinary sense that someone consults a device or observes some process and then declares what time it is. It is a calculation of time whose rate of passage is determined not by celestial events in themselves but by the astronomer's understanding of those laws of nature that he believes govern the events. First, the astronomer has recourse to the appropriate New- Page 10 tonian equations of planetary motion with relativistic corrections. The solutions give the angular positions of the sun, the moon, and the planets with their moons, all with reference to the fixed stars, in terms of time.
Genesis and Evolution of Time: A Critique of Interpretation in Physics by J. T. Fraser