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7. Existence / A. Nature of Existence / 3. Being / b. Being and existence

[contrast between being and actual existence]

4 ideas
Many things have being (as topics of propositions), but may not have actual existence [Russell]
Philosophers tend to distinguish broad 'being' from narrower 'existence' - but I reject that [Quine]
Existence is Being itself, but only as our thought decides it [Badiou]
An object's 'being' isn't existence; there's more to an object than existence, and its nature doesn't include existence [Fine,K]