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Supah Protist
Participant
  • Type: SeTi
  • Development: ll-l
  • Attitude: Directive

I can personally see something like the void myth present in my own life. There was period a few years ago when I pretty much deconstructed everything I believed and even now I have can’t really form actual beliefs about anything. At one point, I even came to the conclusion that I knew nothing; until I realized that that was essentially saying that I knew that I knew nothing and was thus an oxymoronic statement. The only time I’m not questioning myself is when I’m not saying or thinking anything and that’s where I see the non-assertion piece come in. The part about ignorance being the true condition of being connects with my thoughts about the unprovable nature of knowledge.

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