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About Identity
by R. D. Ashby
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Everything, but everything, is realised
in concept, in an instant, one that names
it: things and thoughts in this are equalised,
transferring seamlessly between the frames
 
of sensual and of mental apperception:
the mental, come to think of it, the store
of all that in the sensual becomes known:
so that the tangible is in its core
 
intangibly the fact, what's more, is not
as durable; but rents identity
as 'this' or 'that', as 'he' or 'she'; as what
exists (and what does not); extensively,
 
without exception; and yet, we are prone
to think materially, though thought is stone.
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