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Life would be easy if all our problems were solved

  • By definition obviously

    Ultimately depends on the definition of "life being easy" and what constitutes a "problem" in this context.

    If "life not being easy" is itself a problem, Then all problems have not been solved. Therefore, Granted "all problems have been solved, " it must be the case that "life is easy. "

    The only caveat would be if "life being easy" is itself a problem, Resulting in a paradox, Where the statement could never be true.

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