This short paper will seek to highlight some problems in this debate that arise, in my opinion, from a failure to differentiate clearly between two levels: 1) the level of things and events; and 2) the meanings placed upon them. It will also argue an anarchistic position that, on the one hand, even if there were an absolute reality, it would be best not to believe in it, and, on the other hand, any view of reality, however apparently absurd, might be worth believing in at some time or other. In other words, we should believe nothing and anything, both at the same time. To do any less can lead to the many absurd positions that we see taken around us in our seemingly crazy and suicidal world.
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