Hume -existent Vs. Non-existent

Hume -existent Vs. Non-existent

Nothing that is distinctly conceivable implies a contradiction. Whatever we conceive as existent, we can also conceive as non-existent. ?
In this claim made by Hume, nothing is distinctly conceivable implies a contradiction, implies whatever exists must have cause and in this case if that something is distinctly conceivable it has cause and it does not imply a contradiction. The example of the ?bachelor? states that all bachelors are unmarried. This is self-contradictory and is contrary. To say that some bachelors are married implies/is a contradiction of saying all bachelors are married because either you are married or not and if you are married you can not be a bachelor. Therefore, the example

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