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Empty Set As In The Algebraic Language.

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on August 8, 2001 16:40:23 UTC

Am I right in understanding that "Nothing" can only be "Nothing" when there is "Nothing" therefore it can never "BE" because there always has to be something to make manifest that "Nothing" which is then "Something" like an empty set as in the algebraic language.

Can it be said that opinion(s) and speculation(s) is a bumpy road to ambiguity.

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