All things are “naturally” in their given-ness; they exist by appearing and being what they are in themselves. They are the same for all regardless of who is experiencing or not experiencing. If other worlds with other things exist, it could only be through the imagination. It cannot be known as “this world,” or “this place” where I stand. It would lie beyond the horizon of a reality understood through reason and unpredictable probabilities of uncertainty. The drifting, shifting, modes of the cogito always involve what is in the knowing; what is the true through appearance and thought and, moreover, belongs to awareness through determination and will. The surrounding world is wrought with indifference. And it is where all things and beings belong. They could never be outside of it, even in thought.
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