does a belief in nothing actually entail a conceptual reality / a belief in something?
is it a positive philosophy, or does it have the ability to be?
what implications does this have for atheism, and philosophy / existence in general?
to sum up my thoughts....
positive for the individual (non) believer, and in the macro... assuming the resistance isn't the same as with the non-belief in…
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