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Can the law of contradiction be applied to prove that *something cannot possibly exist?

A proof is a proof in some logic, lets assume classic. Then suppose (a) God loves his creation (b) God tortures his creation (c) Someone who tortures their creation is not loving. (There exists a ...
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Are the A and B theories of time meant to describe actual/ontic/physical reality?

From Wikipedia : B-theory of time B-theorists argue that the flow of time is only a subjective illusion of human consciousness, that the past, present, and future are equally real, and that time is ...
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Are the A and B theories of time meant to describe actual/ontic/physical reality?

Special Relativity in physics would seem to indicate that the B theory is true. 'Now' is defined differently depending on the observer's state of motion. So if you change which direction you are ...
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