Let us now turn to the doctrine of Parmenides on the nature of the world. His first major statement - "It is." "It is", that is the reality, Genesis, whatever its nature, there is no can not be. "It" is, and it is impossible that it was not. About Genesis we can talk about it, you can think of. But what I can say and think, can "be", "For the object of thought and the object itself - it's the same thing." But if "It" can be, therefore, it exists. Why? Because, if it could exist, but it is not available, then it is nothing. And nothing can be the object of discussion or thought, because to talk about anything - it means to be silent and think about anything - it means not to think. In addition, if it just might be, then, paradoxically, it would never be born, because there had to be out of nothing, and from nothing nothing comes. Thus, Genesis, Reality, "It" did not have, having been first possible (ie nothing) and then becoming existing: it has always existed - or rather, "It is."
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