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Anything is anything, except nothing. So anything would mean everything but nothing. But then it's not 'anything', so why is it anything when it's actually everything but nothing. Or is it anything and nothing? :hmmmm2:
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(Original post by jenerous)
Anything is anything, except nothing. So anything would mean everything but nothing. But then it's not 'anything', so why is it anything when it's actually everything but nothing. Or is it anything and nothing? :hmmmm2:
This gives me year 8 philosophy lesson flashbacks...
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No, everything is anything. But anything is also something. If nothing is something and something is anything, then anything must be nothing too. So nothing must be anything, and anything is everything. Nothing is everything, and everything is nothing.
QED
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(Original post by jenerous)
Anything is anything, except nothing. So anything would mean everything but nothing. But then it's not 'anything', so why is it anything when it's actually everything but nothing. Or is it anything and nothing? :hmmmm2:

No it is anything which excludes nothing. So it is actually anything which is everything but nothing
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This has turned into a philosophy thread! :laugh:
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Anything is anything. Everything is everything. Nothing is nothing. But anything is everything. Everything is nothing.
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Let's discuss why OP has decided to misuse anonymous
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If we take variable anything as X

Take variable nothing as Y
And take variable everything as B

If you have X( which is anything), this will intersect at at B as everything but not Y. So technically, anything and nothing, since both X and Y don’t intersect, it means the distinctive difference categoricaly is that it doesn’t include everything because it’s Nothing
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Dicuss when its appropriate to use anon lol
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Let's discuss why OP has decided to misuse anonymous
Oh ecolier, you're such a snowflake. 😂❄️
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No, everything is anything. But anything is also something. If nothing is something and something is anything, then anything must be nothing too. So nothing must be anything, and anything is everything. Nothing is everything, and everything is nothing.
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Not really. If nothing is actually something, why are there phrases like 'why is there something rather than nothing', that would mean that nothing and something are distinct to each other, not included in their definitions.
Also, something is not anything, something is something in the anything bit, so anything is something, but not necessarily nothing, unless we mean nothing to also include something, which wouldn't make sense because if nothing is also something, why is there 'nothing' at all.
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you all need to shut up, ty.
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