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Posted by Whittier on July 13, 2003 19:17:10 UTC

Oh my gosh, Paul! I wrote the title to this post just before I read your last line and it contained the same phrase!
The following is not particularly clever or entertaining.
I am stuck on "I think, therefore I am."
If someone else's thought created me, then
either my thoughts and existence arrived at the same time, or my existence arrived first, or I am that someone else whose thoughts created me.

Can you find an exception?
I think it is not a silly game. If logical sequence occurs at all, as DesCartes' horse stated, then either thought or existence has heretofore been strangely mixed up sequentially.

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