come into existence


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Correlatives are thought to come into existence simultaneously.
Thus, in the case of the squaring of the circle, if indeed that process is an object of knowledge, though it itself exists as an object of knowledge, yet the knowledge of it has not yet come into existence. Again, if all animals ceased to exist, there would be no knowledge, but there might yet be many objects of knowledge.
In one of his historic speeches, the Quaid-i-Azam had also quite categorically and emphatically stated that now Pakistan has come into existence, every person living within the territories of Pakistan, be he/she a Muslim, Sikh, Hindu, Christian or professing any other faith, he/she is a Pakistani - as religion is an individual's personal belief.
This does not mean that no new object has, in fact, come into existence (a lump or piece of matter has), just that no new object of a contextually salient kind has.
A new paper by Dr Ezard opens the debate on the best way to understand how new species come into existence (speciation).
A new paper by Dr Ezard, published today (9 August 2013) in the journal Methods in Ecology & Evolution, opens the debate on the best way to understand how new species come into existence (speciation).
But Jaitley seems to have bought time as he said that the CIC can come into existence only after the executive committee passes a resolution to that effect.