Therefore, we should envision the state of "nothing" co-existing with the
>> possibility of "something" existing, which is rather bizarre.
>> Does Nothingness exist? Can Nothingness non-exist? At what point are
>> we playing games with words and at what point are we being meaningful?
> I think a proper philosopher would say that "nothing" is the state of
> affairs (rather than "nothing" exists).
By the way, Stephen, I didn't mean you are not a proper philosopher, but me
:-) (it was me that used the sentence "nothing co-exists with ...").
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