mark noble wrote:
As it reads - Does "nowhere" exist?
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Sure. It exists as a word (as others have said). It's very interesting. You combine the word for "this point in time" (now) and "this point in space" (here) and you get the word for "not anywhere, having no location" (nowhere).
It is one of my contentions that existence is not constrained to a space-time framework. Location, on the other hand, is constrained to a space-time framework, the one we know in our universe or some other. Therefore, it is essentially true that nowhere does exist; that is, that something exists without location, without place or time. Some may argue, to the contrary, that nowhere is a negative location reference and therefore has no meaning outside of a locational framework; hence, it does not exist. Which of these arguments is correct (or less wrong?)? Have fun with that one!