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The Paideia Archive: Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy

Volume 13, 1998

Ontology

Nathan M. Solodukho
Pages 71-73

Starting Philosophic Problem

The starting philosophic problem is related to the categories ‘being’ and ‘nonbeing.’ This is the problem of the relationship between being and nonbeing. The cardinal question of philosophy is: ‘What can be considered to be primary, being or nonbeing?’ In the history of philosophy, it is possible to speak about two basic philosophic paradigms: philosophy of being and philosophy of nonbeing. This paper is an elaboration of the ‘philosophy of nonbeing.’

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