PUT them in nature

It’s like the best short story ever. Give little Evie a TED talk already.
http://i.imgur.com/3xngl5v.jpg

P.S. Found this through reddit.

About C.P.

Collin is a professional writer and scholar. He holds an MA in Philosophy and a BA in English literature. His philosophical work has appeared in print published by Wiley/Blackwell and Open Court. More of his writings, philosophical, literary, comic, and just plain nonsensical are available online. He currently lives in Seattle where he is writing science fiction, dressing up for Cons, and wreaking havoc on his opponents (npcs and tabletop humans alike).
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One Response to PUT them in nature

  1. Some philosophers deny that the concept of “being” has any meaning at all, since we only define an object’s existence by its relation to other objects, and actions it undertakes. The term “I am” has no meaning by itself; it must have an action or relation appended to it. This in turn has led to the thought that “being” and nothingness are closely related, developed in existential philosophy.

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