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    Cool hello i am me

    very much self explanatory title

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    Hello, I am also me. What a coincidence!

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    This is witchcraft!!

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    My name is Me, for we are many. Resistance is futile, you will be assimilated. You will become like us!
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    L'āme a ses raisons que la raison ne connaīt point

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    Not necessarily. You have no proof of your own existence. The maxim "Cogito, ergo Sum" (I suppose that's where you derive your conclusion of you being you) is already predisposed with the idea that it is you who thinks.

    How can you infer that thinking is directly put there by your individual, why couldn't it be that thoughts exist on themselves and are arranged alongside a "false" individuation? How can you prove that your perception isn't just an objective perceiving being tied together with the thought of individual existence? What tells you that your own existence couldn't be a veil for a timeless, spaceless, static reality?

    For such a reality to be arranged as phenomena, there needs to be a subject unit to do so, and this would pretty much mean that there's an "individual" you if you want to see it that way, but there's no proof that thoughts are a result of the individual itself, therefore what you consider yourself to be you might as well not be you.

    So if you don't pose a coherent argument in favor of what you say, that "you are you" there's only that claim.

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