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Sunday, September 25, 2016

All Existentialists are Biased

When existentialists inquire about ontology, they are inherently biased. Why? Because ontology is the studying of being, therefore, the study of not being is also a derivative of the study. Therefore, we must concur that all existentialists are inherently biased when researching non-existence, as they are studying it from the point of existence. A person who doesn't exist cannot be an existentialist. A person who does not exist can not evaluate their own non-existence in the manner in which an existing existentialist evaluates their own existence. A person who does not exist does not exist.

3 comments:

  1. (H3) You are assuming you exist, and that we all exist how do you know that what we conceive as existence is not merely the illusion of being.

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  2. We may not know, but we can feel it and that feeling is what I rely on to know we exist because there is no way to tell otherwise

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  3. We may not know, but we can feel it and that feeling is what I rely on to know we exist because there is no way to tell otherwise

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