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Revised: Question About Reason

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on August 11, 2001 02:49:00 UTC



Can reason mean for? Like for some one? Or because of a caused being that is caused for the reason?

I am inclined to believe that reason or the reason alone may be responsible for everything else coming in to being. I also believe that the causer who is not caused and lives eternally embedded reason in to an empty set and the reason (by or in extension) was so powerful that it generated the force large enough to cause the reason become manifest as the only method of self fulfillment mad manifest as matter and antimatter.


With My Best Regards

jisbond

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