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January 10th, 2015, 04:51 PM   #31
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Let's talk of implications in G be a possibilitie of existence, by subsets whith as a same property:

first: thanks a your property, G,this don't have a opositive, because be a
impossibilitie of existence, make no sense

second: the first subset of G, be a "existence" in all senses, phisical, mathematics or material.

tird: the first subset of G, don't have a opositive too, because G, don't let space
for non existence, see closer, there no condition to be anything out of G, even be ¬īpossible think in non existence.

fourt: doesn't sense in talk theory of contraries(opositives), there no more necessary, or beter, never be a existence, the contraries imply in errors not qualities. such thing never hapened.

five: the new philosofy be formed only for qualities, never for errors.
the true work beginin.

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January 15th, 2015, 03:42 AM   #32
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I can get out of Russells paradox, and so what, I need your help for verification
the theorem, if is true or false. please help me.


Lucio

just remember, G is a set whith total subsets with a property of "possibility of existence", see , G don't pertence like element of set, but get the property of "possibility of existence", theres not contradition, because him is a set, and others elements are subsets.
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I not understand you too, you help me several times, even whith my english indian. We going proof god exist, selfyourself, perfect and finite.
After all possibility of existence can be atribut this god. You give up now?
camon, on effort more. I beg look the proofs and the topic before.


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Mayflow,

Do you remember the categorys of aristoteles and Kant? In then philosofy was 13, and more in Kant. I developed a my philosofy whith seven categorys, in order decrescent:

first- possibilities of existence
two- existence
tree- quality
four- quantity
five- Crist
six - idea
seven- space-time( material word)
all categorys are spheres interconected, in total of 22 dimensional space, 21 because as seven spheres in a dimension of time of material word.
I going proof what a possible visualit this space.

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