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Being is an extremely broad concept encompassing objective and subjective features of reality and existence.
Being may also refer to:
- Category of being, the metaphysical classification of all beings
- Being in itself, a term from 20th-century philosophy
- Ego (religion), spiritual or religious "beingness"
- Reference failure, a concept of Bertrand Russell involving fictional beings
- Great chain of being, the rationalist classification of all beings
- Human being
- Human beings in Buddhism
- Sentient beings (Buddhism), a type of being
- Supreme Being, the highest in the hierarchy of beings
- Being (company), Japanese company
- On Being, a public radio program on religion
- Digital being, artificially intelligent machine
- Energy being, a fictional lifeform
- Liminal being, a fictional lifeform
- being, the present participle and gerund form of the English verb to be
- Being Human (disambiguation)
- Ontology, the study of being
- Ousia, Greek for being
- Being and Nothingness, a 1943 essay on phenomenological ontology by Jean-Paul Sartre
- Being and Time, a 1927 book by Martin Heidegger
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