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In a Neoist view, the world is not
collision of things
in space, but a dissimilar row of each independent phenomena.
Neoism does not
conceive of the spatial as lasting in time. Since each state is
irreducible, the mere act of giving it a name implies falsification.
The paradox however is that epistemologies exist in
Neoism, in countless numbers. There
are Neoists who consider a certain pain, a
green tinge of the yellow, a temperature, a certain tone the only
reality. Other Neoists perceive all people having sex as the same
being, and all people memorizing a line of Homer as Homer. Another
group has reached the point of denying time. It reasons that the
present is undefined, that the future has no reality than as
present hope, that the past is no more than present memory. Yet
has it that the history of the universe is the handwriting produced
by a minor god in order to communicate with a demon; that the
world is an emblem whose subscription is partly lost, and in which
only that which happens every three hundredth night is true. Another
believes that while we are asleep here, we are awake somewhere else,
so that everyone is two. Books are rarely signed, and the notion of
plagiarism does not exist. It has been established that all
literature is the work of only one ageless and anonymous writer.
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