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The ultimate arbiter of metaphysical theories

One may think of metaphysics to be about the structure and meaning of reality as a whole. Metaphysics can explore reality using logic (also mathematics), reason, and empirical observation. But the ultimate arbiter of metaphysical theories is Zen or dhyana...
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