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I just don't find the argument particularly relevant to what actually exists. It reminds me of Zeno's arguments against the possibility of motion and change. They are interesting as exercises in logic but not so much in understanding the real world.

One is the foundation of all meaningful communication and one is easily shown to be mathematical nonsense. Totally alike.
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