Is there a philosophical reason to postulate the existence of entities without

Is there a philosophical reason to postulate the existence of entities without

Is there a philosophical reason to postulate the existence of entities without parts? It seems like everything in our experience is complex and has various pieces and parts or can be reduced to a more fundamental entity given scientific exploration; what reason is there for thinking that there is something that is non-reducible?

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