This is a stolen concept. I did not say "maybe" and I did not say "supernatural being."
Maybe there is supernatural being who questions whether or not 'existence exists', does he exist?
Let's take this to the personal level: You (GS) have to exist in order to question whether existence exits.
If you (GS) don't exist, you can't say anything, much less question something specific. That is where existence an axiomatic concept instead of an assumption.
I do agree that your "maybe" and your "supernatural being" are assumptions. I do not agree that your existence is an assumption, at least not so long as you post here. smile.gifIn relation to what? What determines best and worst? What standard do you use to make this measurement?
... there is only "to the best of our knowledge right now"
Thought I'd better start a new thread. After considering this some more it seems to me that the statement "existence exists" means existence is undefinable. So we must accept this term and move on but I cannot do this. Let me ask you this, do atoms exist? Do quarks exist? Do tachyons exist? All of a sudden 'exists' is not so cut and dried is it? No, this term 'exist' or 'existence' is way too vague to be axiomatic. In fact, what does this phrase even mean? It's almost as if you are defining 'existence' with the word 'exists' which amounts to saying nothing.