The Philosophy of everything part 1.

Why is everything so different from anything? If one could be anything than couldn’t they just opt to be everything? Is anything a thing? I suppose it could be closer to an idea, but even than surely an idea is a thing.

What about nothing? If one could choose to be anything surely they could choose to be nothing since anything consists of any possible thing. but this would imply nothing is a thing which is quite contradictory to its blatant meaning of not being a thing.

If nothing is not a thing than how could it be accessible within the parameters of anything? I suppose it could be an anti-thing.

If an antihero is a hero with non heroic qualities could an anti thing be a thing which lacks the qualities of a thing?

Well by this technicality nothing would be a place holder for the absence of a thing, and a place holder is a thing so surely it must be an anti-thing because while it lacks the qualities of a thing it somehow marginalizes itself into the category.

Alright enough of my nonsense, peace out

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