Antonyms for non-entity

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They shrink into non-entity, when touched by the wand of truth.

However useless the demonstration otherwise, philosophy does well in proving that matter is a non-entity.

They will not admit the teaching of the Eleatics, who, when they say "There is only One," add expressly that non-entity is not.

That which is absolutely without the domain of the intelligible is absolutely unintelligible and therefore a non-entity.

We could not communicate; for the being to whom our communication was addressed we were satisfied was a non-entity.

Braanol stirred, throbbed sluggishly once, then lay quiescent as his mental self surged up from the deeps of non-entity.

He was, as it were, weighing entity and non-entity in careful, metaphorical scales.

He has at the outset the not inconsiderable advantage of being an entity instead of a non-entity.

(Entity) does not spring from non-entity on account of that not being observed.

To this Bauddha tenet we reply, '(Entity does) not (spring) from non-entity, on account of that not being observed.'