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This paper agues that the passage of time cannot be understood in a certain ‘objective’ manner; it is not something comprehensible ‘as from no one and nowhen’. This does not mean that its reality should be denied, that we should lower our sights to explaining instead the experience of time as passing. Rather, passage is to be elaborated in the context of a metaphysical account of the subject in time – an account, that is, of being in time.