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Photo credit: Salim Virji (CC-By-SA 2.0)
Photo credit: Salim Virji (CC-By-SA 2.0)

Suppose I told you that you do not exist. That nobody really exists, except me. None of the college students in my classes could prove to me that they exist. Not one. Can you? I’ll put out a challenge for all my readers: I’ll give you 72 hours to come to our Facebook Page and leave a comment or leave a comment here and talk me out of what you must think is a foolish belief.  Have at it.

I’ll give you a hint. It won’t do any good to tell me that the mere fact that I am interacting with you is proof that you exist. Not at all. You are simply a product of my imagination. IF you talk me out of it, I will post your arguments on another blog post. But frankly, I don’t think you can do it.

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6 comments
  1. Shane wrote: “I think therefore I exist.”

    I could use that argument to prove I exist. But it doesn’t prove you exist. You don’t think, because you don’t exist.

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