Aristotle closely identifies time with change. We register that time has passed only by registering that something has changed. In other words, time is a measure of change just as space is a measure of distance. Just as Aristotle denies the possibility of empty space, or void, Aristotle denies the possibility of empty time, as in time that passes without anything happening.
“People in this day and age are still under the illusion that every woman who is successful must be being controlled by a man. And that’s something that really irritates me…Whenever I do get drunk or fall out of a nightclub the subtext is ‘Lily’s record company bosses are very angry with her’. For a start they are not my bosses. I’m the boss.”