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Originally posted by Indigo_Child
Here's an interesting slant on the discussion
Can you know something if you are knowledge itself? To know something suggests a subject and predicate relationship. I(subject) know this(object) but suppose that there is no subject and object, what there really is, is an absolute, which exists in infinite possibilities and is thereby pure knowledge. In other words, every bit of potential knowledge exists at once; the cat is both alive and dead so to speak. In which case can such an absolute ever know anything? There is nothing to know, because it is already all-knowing.
Originally posted by XXXN3O
"I am the alpha and the omega"