Skepdick wrote: ↑Tue Mar 03, 2020 12:02 pm
Dontaskme wrote: ↑Tue Mar 03, 2020 11:47 am
Exactly, you can only know what you know.
Not true. I can know what you know also. If you tell me.
Only the known can be known.
You there think you now know what you didn't know before now that I here have told you there what I know.
All this does is prove only the known can be known.
The knower of the known cannot be known because the knower is inseparable from the known which knows nothing.
To claim I know something is known. You are that knowing. You are the knowing that cannot be known because KNOWER AND KNOWN IS ONE in the same instantaneous now.
Putting the NOW into words describes nothing of the now, because any description has already moved into the past, it's dead, it's nothing.
There is no knowledge of the instantaneous NOW because knowledge is not required in order to BE this NOW ...KNOWLEDGE therefore only informs the illusory nature of reality. Knowledge on demand via the memory is what gives birth to the illusory continuity of a knowing entity known as you.
In reality there is no you except what is in the past tense as a dead memory, appearing NOW within this unknowing realtime of the eternal NOW