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    Is metaphysical pluralism a plausible position?

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    Is metaphysical pluralism a plausible position?

    What is an example of a personal daily struggle that is an example of the law of non contradiction and the challenges posed to the personal beliefs and decisions?

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    * Is metaphysical pluralism a plausible position?

    Metaphysical pluralism, according to Lynch is, "the thesis that there are or can be more than one true story of the world; there can be incompatible but equally acceptable accounts of some subject matter..."

    Thus, this appears to be a plausible position since there is always more than one side to a story or numerous viewpoints on reality, which may appear different to others. In fact, truth is a plausible position since ...

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    This solution explores metaphysical pluralism a plausible position, providing an example of a personal daily struggle that's an sample of the law of non contradiction; and the challenges posed to the personal beliefs and decisions.

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