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According to Hall the experience of time varies in detail from class to class by occupation and sex and age within our own culture Hall 1984 133 Thus its perception is highly subjective While some people may experience time as running very fast at the same time others can feel it drag Time escapes definitions though the passage of time can be felt in human personal experience and observed in the environment Strange as it as people are aware of time at the same time not being able to say what it really is St Augustine is no exception when he once said What then is time If no one asks me I know what it is If I wish to explain it to him who asks me I do not know Time is of philosophical interest and is also the subject of mathematical and scientific investigation Each group sees time different that is why it cannot be given any simple and illuminating definition Edward T Hall in his The Dance of Life took a cultural approach For Hall Time is treated as a language as a primary organizer for all activities a synthesizer and integrator a way of handling priorities and categorizing experience and a special message system revealing how people really feel about each other and whether or not they can get along Hall 1984 3 In fact nothing occurs except in some kind of frame time as people feel think and act in the time flow Wilder is most famous for his experiments with time In most of his plays time is not presented linearly It can have a spiral structure with many loops it can as well take many different dimensions at the same moment Composing plays with universal dimension Wilder does not use object but he asks the spectators to imagine things He also resigns from decorations in favor of bare stage or does not give his actors real
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