Logically Needed Repetition

Things appear again and again. That’s it. We cannot give a deeper reason for that. Things simply could not be called things, there would not even be anything, if there were no such constancy and continuance in their appearances. Only so they can be identified in any way, as something. Thus repetitive appearance is a logical need.

We can also take it the other way round, just as well, and say that because we have repeating experiences we conclude that there must be something, some things we interact with.

Without a certain constancy in our perceptions and thoughts we would not perceive or know anything. There would be neither perception nor knowledge. There would be nothing — if ever…