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The Being does not associate, it does compare or use relativism, it does analyze or have doubt. The Being speaks laconically, and its silence is verbose - it is, it has been, it will always be, the Being.


I was reading that book and wondered about this statement, whether its correct in how its written, that the Being compares, doubts etc? Its on page 322.
7 years ago
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The Being does not associate, it does not compare or use relativism, it does not analyze or have doubt. The Being speaks laconically, and its silence is verbose - it is, it has been, it will always be, the Being.


That was an unfortunate typo, now fixed above. Thank you!
7 years ago
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#9532
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The Being does not associate, it does not compare or use relativism, it does not analyze or have doubt. The Being speaks laconically, and its silence is verbose - it is, it has been, it will always be, the Being.


That was an unfortunate typo, now fixed above. Thank you!
7 years ago
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Thanks for clarifying!
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