On Knowing, Unknowing and Ignorance

The diminishing returns of a double negative. It is such a subtle linguistic game to play because, yes, the absence of absence constitutes a problem representing anything other than the accrual of benefit, but the nature of knowledge as indefinitely-extensible referential matrix indicates that new information and insights are always (similarly) a negation upon what is already known and recorded. We find ourselves here and in both regards bound to a wheel endlessly self-propagating logical (as metaphysical) subtraction and the generative discontinuity of epistemological abstraction.

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