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Neither do we ask for shameful
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
yet they do when we are
beingDefinition of existence: The universal presence of a physical or spiritual thing or entity. It is the cause of everything else and is at the basis of everything else.
asked.



Cicero

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