Smears wrote:When people say, "x doesn't exist". I always wonder how they're going to explain what they're referencing, or how they're going to dilute the definition of exist.
A square circle doesn't exist.
A "square circle" is a planer object that is both square, having straight sides and 4 corners, and also circular, enclosed with a uniform radius and no corners.
Do I really have to "look everywhere" to deduce that it doesn't exist?
I realize that some people would.
But some people have brains that function at least semi-rationally.