What does it mean to say that X exists, or does not exist?

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Reply Sat 19 Dec, 2009 03:57 pm
Well, I'm glad to see that you want to tackle the problem of being. We touched on this before. This goes back to context. In a legal sense, existence is going to be associated with the objective, except as far as motive and sanity are concerned. It's always going to be muddy territory, I think. What if the "realest" being is non-dual, and we process this into objective and subjective according to cultural norms. In some "primitive" tribes (a biased adjective), the dreams of the chief are considered important.

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