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Harvey, Things Do Not Have To Exist In Pairs.

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Posted by Alexander on November 17, 2001 02:38:15 UTC

Harvey said: Identity by definition requires distinction from something else. If nothing else exists, then there is just this one distinct thing. This something (or this-something) is the only identity that exists in such a scenario.


Harvey, existence does NOT require objects NOT to be unique. Universes MAY come in pairs or multiples but NOT NECESSERALY. It still may be unique - only one. Same with any other object or phenomena.

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