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Mario Already Answered It

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Posted by Alan on September 21, 2001 04:22:20 UTC

Mario answered his own question: choice A.

Our 'perceptions' includes our detecting of existents by the sense of honesty. As 'existence' is objective, this focus of detection is NOT a function of our perceptions, but of Existence; which we access via the sense: honesty.

It is logically impossible for one distinction to be uncertain. Confusion requires many.

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