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I am by no means a Heideggerian scholar, but from my understanding these terms are very close to each other. Sartre was crucially influenced by Heidegger, despite their differences, and often uses expressions along the lines of "Man is thrown into the world", which is even closer to the translation of Dasein as being-in-the-world. However there is ...


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Systems are defined by boundaries (cf. systems theory), which essentially define what is and what is not the system. The idea of negation is inherent to our thinking. Systems are, by definition, groups of interrelated parts. In multiple circumstances, a system loses all its parts (behavior known as dissipation). Emptyness is what happens to such system, and ...


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If Blue is the quality of all blue things and Existence is the quality of all existing things, then surely Nothingness is the quality of all non-existent things. Sounds right to me.


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For me Nothingness is simply the ontological reality/truth/God or whatever name which is similar. It's simply unknowable through our human mind perceptions, experiences, reasoning, no matter how advanced the techniques you employ, there's still an invincible gap between human understandings and the ultimate reality, assuming its existence. So you can also ...


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It sounds like optimistic nihilism. Point 2 shows similarities to solipsism though (argument that nothing exists except the arguer's mind), but you still give a probability for you yourself may not even exist. Other points indicate you have views similar to existential nihilism (the view that life has no intrinsic value) and the fact that even though you ...


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