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I heard someone make an assertion that 'We cannot really prove that there is reality.'.

'Reality' here would mean the universe and everything in it. You could look at an apple and think its an apple but it could really be something else, and we cannot really prove its "appleness".

My initial answer was the the mere fact that we having a notion for reality is proof enough that there is such a thing.

My question is: Is that a sufficient answer? Is there a proof that reality exists? Or is the question a valid one to begin with?

I heard someone make an assertion that 'We cannot really prove that there is reality.'.

'Reality' here would mean the universe and everything in it. You could look at an apple and think its an apple but it could really be something else, and we cannot really prove its "appleness".

My initial answer was the the mere fact that we having a notion for reality is proof enough that there is such a thing.

My question is: Is that a sufficient answer? Is there a proof that reality exists? Or is the question a valid one to begin with?

I heard someone make an assertion that 'We cannot really prove that there is reality.'.

'Reality' here would mean the universe and everything in it. You could look at an apple and think its an apple but it could really be something else, and we cannot really prove its "appleness".

My initial answer was the mere fact that having a notion for reality is proof enough that there is such a thing.

My question is: Is that a sufficient answer? Is there a proof that reality exists? Or is the question a valid one to begin with?

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I heard someone make an assertion that 'We cannot really prove that there is reality.''We cannot really prove that there is reality.'.

'Reality''Reality' here would mean the universe and everything in it. You could look at an apple and think its an apple but it could 'really'really be something else, and we cannot really prove its "appleness".

My initial answer was the the mere fact that we havehaving a notion for reality is proof enough that there is such a thing.

My question is: Is that a sufficient answer.? Is there a proof that reality exists? Or is the question a valid questionone to begin with?

I heard someone make an assertion that 'We cannot really prove that there is reality.'.

'Reality' here would mean the universe and everything in it. You could look at an apple and think its an apple but it could 'really' be something else, and we cannot really prove its "appleness".

My initial answer was the the mere fact that we have a notion for reality is proof enough that there is such a thing.

My question is: Is that a sufficient answer. Is there a proof that reality exists? Or is the question a valid question to begin with?

I heard someone make an assertion that 'We cannot really prove that there is reality.'.

'Reality' here would mean the universe and everything in it. You could look at an apple and think its an apple but it could really be something else, and we cannot really prove its "appleness".

My initial answer was the the mere fact that we having a notion for reality is proof enough that there is such a thing.

My question is: Is that a sufficient answer? Is there a proof that reality exists? Or is the question a valid one to begin with?

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I heard someone make an assertion that 'We cannot really prove that there is reality.'.

'Reality' here would mean the universe and everything in itthe universe and everything in it. You could look at an apple and think its an apple but it could 'really' be something else, and we cannot really prove it's applenessits "appleness".

My initial answer was the the mere fact that we have a notion for reality is proof enough that there is such a thing.

My question is: Is that a sufficient answer. Is there a proof that reality exists? Or is the question a valid question to begin with?

I heard someone make an assertion that 'We cannot really prove that there is reality.'.

'Reality' here would mean the universe and everything in it. You could look at an apple and think its an apple but it could 'really' be something else, and we cannot really prove it's appleness.

My initial answer was the the mere fact that we have a notion for reality is proof enough that there is such a thing.

My question is: Is that a sufficient answer. Is there a proof that reality exists? Or is the question a valid question to begin with?

I heard someone make an assertion that 'We cannot really prove that there is reality.'.

'Reality' here would mean the universe and everything in it. You could look at an apple and think its an apple but it could 'really' be something else, and we cannot really prove its "appleness".

My initial answer was the the mere fact that we have a notion for reality is proof enough that there is such a thing.

My question is: Is that a sufficient answer. Is there a proof that reality exists? Or is the question a valid question to begin with?

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