On Whether All Forms of Knowledge are Fatalistic

  1. On whether knowing the nature of knowledge reveals knowledge that makes all other knowledge trivial in regards to the relevancy of knowledge in our pursuit of freedom from the concept of imprisonment insofar as we feel imprisoned. Does a slave stop fighting for freedom because they read a skeptic’s manifesto? Does a master cut the slave free because they learned that their own greed is the source of their distress? Does choosing ignorance in either case add possible movements to our previous limitations? How does movement relate to knowledge? Does movement supersede the theories? Always.

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blooms — crazy rants masked as abstract experimental philosophy. s/o CS Peirce

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blooms — crazy rants masked as abstract experimental philosophy. s/o CS Peirce

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