I was thinking, Is "absolutely nothing" logically possible? And I would just like to know what you would think of this argument. IF it is accepted that 1) "X is true if X corresponds to reality" then it would be logically impossible for "absolutely nothing" to exist. "Absolutely Nothing" implies no reality. If there is no reality then one can never say that "absolutely nothing" can exist, since "absolutely nothing" does not correspond to reality. But I ask you, if "absolutely nothing" is even possible. And if it is not possible, then what logical proofs are there. Thank you!

Assuming that in some sense no statement can be true unless it corresponds to reality or to how things are, which is not that bad a principle, the possibly true statement in question, note, is not, say, that absolutely nothing exists (which, as the other respondent suggests, has a tricky logical grammar), but most likely, that there being absolutely nothing is possible, or a possible state of affairs. Well, that might indeed be true, but then it does also correspond to reality, in the sense that reality, as we understand it, indeed contains or admits of that possibility.