Is there really anthing at all?
All things known to us are in a constant state of flux.
Heraclitus wrote, panta rei "everything flows".
What we view as "reality" is a a constant, everchanging process where things have no "fixed" identity in Time. All things are processes, never actually "themselves".
They are neither Something nor Nothing, so are they Anything at all?
But even if things are figments of our imagination, they are still THAT, which is Something, and hence more than Nothing.
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