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I know I know that I know more than I don’t know and can’t know as much as I know or as much as I know about not knowing, however, I don’t know that I don’t know more than I don’t know in comparison to knowing how much I know, that is, when comparing what I know to what I don’t know and, therefore, will never be sure if I know more than I know or know more of what I don’t know when comparing what I know and don’t know in the realm of all that I know and don’t know, of course, knowingly separating what I know from what I don’t as well as combining what I know with what I don’t know, cross referencing what I know and don’t know, all the while, knowing I know and don’t know as much as I can knowingly know (or, on the other hand, knowing I know and don’t know as much as I knowingly don’t know, which would mean I don’t know as much as I thought I knew or didn’t know and doesn’t address not knowing I know and don’t know as much as I knowingly do or do not know).

Dan Jones

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