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|You may know many things on the margin, but that is never the goal. Socrates |
says, "I know only one thing, that I know nothing," but he knows at least one thing:
that he knows nothing. His knowing is clear, absolutely clear. There is no object,
|Buddha has not known a single thing. ... That's what Buddha calls nirvana— to |
know nothing, or to know only nothing. ... and discovers that he knows nothing,
that he only knows one thing, that he knows nothing— he is the innocent one.
|Again, it is also true that he cannot know all things ; he cannot know all about any |
one thing. But when it is said that we know relations only, and not things, it is
replied that " it is inconceivable that we should ... The subtlest form of infidelity in
our day proceeds on the principle that man knows nothing of the nature or reality
of things, or that he can know nothing except relations between things unknown.
|1 know Mr. Parthasarthy, being a well- read person, is unlike me. I know one |
thing only that I know nothing, but I humbly hold from my own experience of life
that the use of T, or 'me', or 'my', or mine are not bad in themselves necessarily.
|Socrates says: "I know one thing: that I know nothing."170 Arcesilaus ... 149 By |
contrast, the ancient rhetorician Gorgias of Leontini believed that both the
philosopher and the orator could know not just one thing, but everything.
According to ...
|That could be so in regard to the things that I think, but not for the fact that I think |
them. And through this power of thinking—which so far is revealed to me only by
the power of doubting—I know that I am. I have power ... But this opposition
between “to act” and “to be acted upon” is premature; for I know only one power,
that of doubting—a power whose exercise nothing can obstruct. It is not that most
|As science continues to uncover more questions than answers about the |
universe, we arrive at the same conclusion that Socrates did two thousand five
hundred years ago when he said, "I know only one thing, that I know nothing".
|I believe that I am in the position, in this final chapter, to end it with something |
somewhat more exciting than the Socratic 'one thing only I know and that is that I
know nothing', or, as the endocrinologist Louis Gooren put it in a somewhat less ...
|We can only continue on the condition of a banal attempt. I think it would be best |
to concede ... of the malevolence of "discourse." My proposition rests on his two
famous maxims: "Know yourself" and "I know but one thing, that I know nothing.