Hence, God exists.
Most companies use a centralized database that exists in a fixed location.
Thus, in order to show that God exists, Descartes must assume that God exists.
Yes, the need exists, the social acceptance exists and the technology exists (and is constantly improving).
The quantifier should express neither “there is” nor “there exists”.
A kind, K, exists if and only if the correlated property, k, exists.
In that case, what exists in a world does not exhaust what exists simpliciter.
In the case of substances, Spinoza claims that every existing substance necessarily exists (Ip7d).
If the necessary being exists at any time, then necessarily it exists at all times.
Nothing exists without a sufficient reason for why it exists rather than does not exist.
(I know a priori that something exists because I know a priori that I exist and know this entails ‘Something exists’.)
And what can “x exists temporally” (or “x exists”) mean if not, simply, “x has existed, exists now, or will exist”?
Any desire to make ‘Pegasus does not exist’ come out true warrants a desire to make ‘Pegasus exists NAND Pegasus exists’ come out true.
Hence, Garrison can merely deduce that Donald exists from something he knows a priori, and thus he can know a priori that Donald exists.
Hence, if God exists necessarily and if the existence of Bruce Springsteen follows necessarily from God’s existence, then Springsteen exists necessarily too.
But then all that follows in step (6) is the unspectacular conclusion that “According to the idea of God, God exists”, or, equivalently, “If God exists, then God exists”.
To say that there is a transworld identity between A and B is to say that there is some possible world w1, and some distinct possible world w2, such that A exists in w1, and B exists in w2, and A is identical with B.
I take the last sentence to mean that what exists in the world exists in the world and are not "true", what can be true are beliefs about what exists in the world; language is what makes truth possible.
Furthermore, Spinoza claims that every so-called “mediate” infinite mode follows from something that exists necessarily (namely, an immediate infinite mode), so every mediate infinite mode exists necessarily as well (Ip23).
He combines modal realism (the view that, like the actual world, other possible worlds are concrete objects) with the thesis of transworld identity (one and the same object exists in more than one possible world), and says that although a dead person no longer exists in the actual world, one and the same person is still alive, and exists, in other possible worlds.
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He combines modal realism the view that like the actual world other possible worlds are concrete objects with the thesis of transworld identity one and the same object exists in more than one possible world and says that although a dead person no longer exists in the actual world one and the same person is still alive and exists in other possible worlds