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What About A Materialist Answer About Existence?

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Posted by Harvey on August 31, 2001 17:06:12 UTC

Alan,

How do you account for the materialism (not Alex though, he's not really a materialist - or, at least, he has not shown how he is in fact a materialist). A true materialist can say that existence = some basic property of the universe (e.g., some fundamental spacetime geometry, or false or true quantum vacuum, string particles, or what have you).

Warm regards, Harv

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