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What if I told you, that nothing is real? posted 06 December 2008 in Philosophy DiscussionWhat if I told you, that nothing is real? by Athjeari, Peralogue

I would have to say that abolishing an idea is not easy because you would have to abolish it from the minds of everyone else too.

As for matter having no idea associated with it; we typically formulate an idea for all matter as soon as we discover the exist of matter. Think about it, do you ever look at something, or find something new and simply state, "Oh that's matter". Even then you give it an idea because you have defined the matter as matter. You tend to try and discover it's purpose and you in most cases will name it. There is nothing that just "is". We postulate ideas for everything that we discover. view post


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