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In the Contingency argumemt it is referenced that alternative having things can not be necessary, whats the alternative in here can be considered as?

Well, it's kinda tricky. The Argument of Contingency, like most things in philosophy, has sparked tons of debate and different interpretations, so it depends who you ask, really. For philosophers like ...
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What is the difference between something happening for no reason and something being necessary?

Something happening for no reason means that the event serves no teleological purpose. No-one wants this event to happen, but it happens anyway. If the event is necessary, then it is the only possible ...
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What is the difference between something happening for no reason and something being necessary?

Your question highlights a real problem In principle, necessity and brute facts are two very different things. Necessity means that one can derive the condition from logical principles, and these ...
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