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Examples and stories for the topic metaphysics:

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Inception and the concept of a dream within a dream.

Christopher Nolan's movie Inception takes the idea of dreams and runs with it, exploring the concept of a dream within a dream.

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The Matrix and the question of reality.

The Matrix is a great film to introduce the concepts of metaphysics, such as the nature of reality and the existence of free will.

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The Matrix as a metaphor for the mind-body problem.

The Matrix is a great allegory for the mind-body problem. It asks the question, “What is real?”

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The Matrix as a thought-provoking metaphor for the nature of reality.

The film explores the nature of reality, and how what we see might not be what is really there.

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The Matrix.

In the movie The Matrix, the protagonist learns about the hidden world that exists beneath the surface of what we see. This analogy is helpful in understanding metaphysics.

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The grandfather paradox.

If you go back in time and kill your grandfather, how can you exist to go back in time and kill him in the first place?

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The story of the man looking for his car keys.

A man loses his car keys and spends the entire day looking for them. He looks in all the places he could have put them but doesn't find them. In the end, he finds them in his pocket. The man learns a lesson about the nature of reality.

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the ontological argument by Saint Anselm.

Saint Anselm's ontological argument is a deductive, a priori argument for the existence of God.

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