An observation about objects and their being observed

Nothing changes about an object whether it is observed (perceived) or not. Similarly, an object perceived by, none, one or many changes nothing about the object. It’s existence seems to be given or guaranteed.

Berkeley believed this is possible because God perceives the entire universe. I appeal to no such “thing” but rather things-space/time is its own ontology.

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