Proposition 1: All knowledge originates form reasoning. Proposition 2: All knowledge is discursive knowledge. Proposition 3: Deductive reasoning is an extenstion of inductive reasoning. Proposition 4: Inductive reasoning comes from experience. Proposition 5: Experience is aquired through the senses. Proposition 6: The senses are directly linked to our environment for our senses could not actively sense without a passive and external object being sensed. Proposition 7: Reasonning leads to the acquisition of discursive knowledge which divides objects so that they may be intelligible. Proposition 8: By dividing objects to comprehend them, we must forcibly define an object as the combination of numerous other objects also defined by this same process. A paradox arises. Proposition 9: Nothing can be truly understood through discursive knowledge. Proposition 10: Since discursive knowledge comes from experience, our environment cannot be understood through division. Proposition 11: Our environment cannot be divided. Proposition 12: Our environment must exist. Proposition 13: Our environment is one.