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Reticulum
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What is a concept but an abstraction which has been given a name?

Has the human brain constructed a reality wherein it is the most complex thing that can be perceived?

Are dreams our spirits exploring the Universe?

Can the mind abstract the laws of reality utilizing only imagination?

Is there a limit to imagination?

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Is a degree of imagination more valuable than a degree of paper?
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Well, my friend Ken is a philosopher, and he sure seems to ask a lot of questions. Like, "how are you?" and "what is your name?" and "how was your Christmas" and so on.
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