If I don't know I don't know, I think I know.
If I don't know I know, I think I don't know.
-RD Laing, Knots, p 55
In knowing, soul or mind abandons its unity; it cannot remain a simplex; knowing is taking account of things; that accounting is multiple; the mind thus plunging into number and multiplicity departs from unity. Our way then takes us beyond knowing...
-Plotinus, The Ennaeds, VI, 9.4, 204-270 AD
All know the Way.
Few go it.
-Bodhidharma, Seventh century founder of Zen