To define an opposite, it’s necessary to have only one...

Quote by Sorin Cerin about order, death, common sense, sense, life

To define an opposite, it’s necessary to have only one opposable element, and in the worlds where there are more than two opposable elements, the singularity of the opposable element in comparison with the other disappears, in the sense that Life wouldn’t be unique anymore in its reference to Death, but she could have three more elements such as this one or resembling to it, but that would refer to Death as total opposites.

Sorin Cerin
Quote by Sorin Cerin about order, death, common sense, sense, life.
Sorin Cerin

Sorin Cerin 1963 Romanian philosopher and novelist

Life period: 1963
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