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We have discussed some themes involving real and justifiable

knowledge. But what about problems that really are problems?

What about problems that don't go away?

What about problems you want to solve?

Well, paroxysm is one way we have discussed to get a solution.

For every paradox, there is a paroxysm.

For every problem there is a solution.

One way to look at this is in terms of causal necessity.

Ideally, at least, problems lead to solutions.

A problem, such as a math problem, is a potentially solvable

problem.

The same is true for a pet frog or a gladiator (Darwinism,

technological exponents).

When a problem fills up a certain amount of space, then at least

conceptually, the solution lies OUTSIDE THE SPACE. That is why

problems are solvable.