Re: why we can never KNOW the answer to any question:
Posted by dogrock on Apr 02, 2002 at 04:36
Re: why we can never KNOW the answer to any question: (y)
You're right I think. But I view our search as becoming more objective, with as little chance of total objectivity as understanding the meaning of life. It might be viewed a distancing ourselved from the universe with every new breakthrough and loving it more as it unfolds separate from us. But I don't think anyone wants to reach the end of this process. If you read the history of any subject and saw how often people have changed their minds you could easily say "well how do we know we're right today". We don't, but we know how they were wrong, so we know more we hope, but never the full picture. It sounds ok to me but not perfect I know.
- Re: why we can never KNOW the answer to any question: y 02/4 19:39 (1)
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