The idea (present in L. Messinese, L’apparire di Dio , and again in E. Severino, Dike ) that no thing has the possibility of not to be, closes the way of metaphysics in general. This happens, even when the weight of negativity falls on the alternation of appearing and disappearing, that we find into the Unit-of- Experience, but that we cannot find in God. Basically, that assumption must reject the possibility to affirm that something is not any other thing, or the possibility to affirm that something is limited by any other thing. In this way, no thing can be distinguished by any thing, because, to distinguish something by something else, we need to say that the first thing that we consider (x) is not all the other things that we consider as different from it (not-x). So, more fundamentally, in that idea we find a self-contradiction that logic and phenomenology must refuse.
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