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Sam Berstler | PhD Student, Philosophy at Yale University. When we ask what really exists, we are asking about what exists most fundamentally--what the most fundamental, ultimate, or "really real" entities are. Is there one large fundamental entity (the universe) or many different fundamental entities? What does fundamentality explain? Can quantum mechanics help us answer this question? This is an accessible, introductory lecture to one core area in metaphysics, or the study of being.
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