Abstract

The article reveals the author’s understanding of time inversion in the system of nonlinear scientific temporalism, the semantics of which depends on a new rationality, the concept of acceleration, and the social regime. The author highlights the central categories of temporalism: social time, generation, memory, acceleration, inversion, biography. The personal memories of the author and her classmates are explored. According to the author, the time inversion promotes the memory’s cohesive work, and the practice of historical reconstruction affects the younger generation.

Keywords: temporalism, time inversion, social time, memory, generation, time acceleration, historical reconstruction, nonlinearity, generational contract