- 3,073
- 3
Here I ask if complete self-knowledge must include an infinite line of reasoning. That line would evolve from infinite introspections, each necessary to accomodate the previous external reference to knowledge accumulated.
Shades of Goedel's incompleteness theorem, or more simply, the Cretan paradox? The choices seem to be an infinity, or nonexistance, of self-knowledge.
Shades of Goedel's incompleteness theorem, or more simply, the Cretan paradox? The choices seem to be an infinity, or nonexistance, of self-knowledge.