Chapter 25: One cannot be both a judge and a prisoner

Chapter 25 - One cannot be both a judge and a prisoner

If the existence of God is not testified to and is denied, then the idea that every atom is both a judge and a prisoner would have to be accepted. However, it is not possible that an entity could be both the judge and the prisoner. If it is believed that the stones that constitute a building had constructed it without a master, then the idea that every stone is both a judge and a prisoner would have to be accepted.

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