PERSONA_PARTS_MASK_D — Daniil Kharms in Adaptation

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[Continuing speculation On Existence, Time, and Space]

 

19. Of their own accord, three non-existent parts create the three fundamental elements of existence.

20. Of their own accord, these three non-existent fundamental elements of existence, the three of them together, make up a certain existence.

21. Should one of these three fundamental elements disappear, so then would the three together disappear. It follows that should the “obstacle” disappear, then this part and that part would become uniform and continuous and cease to exist.

22. From the existence of our universe arise three “nothings” or, independently, of their own accord, three non-existent “somethings”: space, time, and one other, which is neither time nor space, generates three ‘nothings’ or, separately, on their own account, three non-existent ‘somethings’: space, time, and something else which is neither time nor space.

23. Time, of its essence, is singular, homogeneous, and continuous. Ergo, it does not exist.

24. Space, of its essence, is singular, homogeneous, and continuous. Ergo, it does not exist.

 

 

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