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"I Am" ?

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Posted by John Morgan Powell on April 10, 2001 15:24:11 UTC

Would the statement "I am" (meaning I am something, I exist) satisfy the requirements?

I suspect that all intelligent persons will either claim they understand or seem to understand the statement if it is explained to them. It's something that can be agreed upon, but does that make it an "absolute truth"? Everyone could agree that God exists, too.

"Unambiguous" is another problem. Due to differences in experience and genetic makeup, different people will understand the statement slightly differently.

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