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You can justify all of your ideas to attracting quotes. That won't represent an absolute reality. So this thesis could be supported any kind of arguments while thesis has no significance. So supporting arguments has no point.
Could you break this argument up into more manageable sections and explain how these paradoxical statements are true? Please don't assume that everyone has read the book and knows what you're talking about. (I know, I know, it's a classic, but I for one haven't gotten around to it tbh)