We do not sense (hear, see, feel, taste, smell) time. What we sense are the changes which things undergo and their motions. From these our minds/brain creates/fills-in/assumes/discerns the concept of time.
I forget where I recently heard/read this.
On a number of occasions I have attempted to read Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. I found this book difficult to understand. I suspect the difficulty was in part caused by the unique words he used and the unique meanings Kant applied to those words.. Also, my difficulty may have in part been caused by the specific English translation of the original German which I was using.
However, in the section in which he dealt with the concepts of time and space, I understood him to say that time and space are constructs of the mind which the mind uses to help us understand the events we experience.
Please share your thoughts about the accuracy of the statements above (e.g. did Kant really mean what I took him to mean) and please share your thoughts about the truth of the statements above.
Edited by Otto Piechowski, 11 January 2020 - 10:35 AM.