3. Can the material universe to exist without the struggle of opposites, without any changes? First, in such a universe, there would be no life, for the life of organisms, as we have seen, based on the changes. But is the existence of the material universe - in the absence of life in it - that would be completely static, devoid of change and movement? If we look at this problem from the point of view of the law of conservation of energy, it is very difficult to imagine how such a fully stationary material universe could exist. However, if we abstract from all physical theories, even if such a universe was possible from a physical point of view, it would make sense to its existence? We could not find any function in this universe - no life, no development, no change that would be something like a primitive chaos.
Living in Two Worlds
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