Is Time ontological, epistemological or something not in those categories?

Is Time ontological, epistemological or something not in those categories?

Is time a quality of a thing, a thing-in-itself, a perception of a thing…?

“Teacher, I handed in my paper”.
“”Yes, but you didn’t answer the questions”
“Decode it yourself. I handed it in”

It’s fine if you’re unable to answer my simple questions.

You mention that time is a thing-in-itself. So is it therefore “not” a quality nor a perception”? Or is it also a quality? Or also a perception?

Perhaps my questions were poorly worded.

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Example: You mention that Time is a property of the the Universe. So, is Time a *quality* of the Universe? Can the Universe exist without the quality of Time-ness?

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Or is this the game of “Peter makes statements that we must agree to and if we do not, he either grows silent or says he already answered lol”?

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The opposite of Time would be that which is orthogonal to Time, just as “up and down” is opposite of “left and right”.

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What is orthogonal to Time? An eternal “moment”. This is not duration because there is no movement in the ‘Timeline”.

hence: infinite moment is the opposite of Time.

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A quality of Time is change.
A quality of an infinite moment is lack of change, stability, same-ness.
Opposites.

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I’ll take silence to equate with  agreeing with my position. Good

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