Everything is true. Yes. If you take all possible perspectives into account, there will be at least one ontology in which a concept exists and if that concept exists in an ontology, it is a theory of a category. In _some way_ that will tie into a physical thing, making it real conceptually and also at least partially real in a physical sense. Falseness is the closest thing to a ‘true fiction’ we have.

Everything is true. Yes. If you take all possible perspectives into account, there will be at least one ontology in which a concept exists and if that concept exists in an ontology, it is a theory of a category. In _some way_ that will tie into a physical thing, making it real conceptually and also at least partially real in a physical sense.
 
Falseness is the closest thing to a ‘true fiction’ we have.
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 My certainty of this is high enough that I wrote a one sentence book about it in 2015.
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 Oh wait – it was one short page I think. It’s almost the 4 yr anniversary of it. aug 25 2015.I wanted to teach someone on Google+ what I meant, so as quickly as possible, I made a youtube video, Amazon book, tweet, Vine, printed it out on paper.
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 They are abstractions but consider:
a) all language is abstraction.
b) all math is abstraction
In fact, all communication is abstractionSo at the thinking-of identity-relation moment, what is connecting in your brain is as real as any identity-relation, whatever the source material.

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 congruence is, imo, an emotional reaction, codified in logical relations.
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 What makes the leap from sufficient to certainty?

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