Objects and Products

All object exist — true. But let’s not forget that there are people who would have you believe that some objects exist when they don’t. Or at least, they don’t exist in any obvious way. Think of “financial products,” “health insurance products.” Look closer and what do you get? A deal, a promise, maybe some documentation. Where’s the object? What’s actually produced? You get the funny feeling that the object could be anything.


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