[134b] be the knowledge of each kind of truth that exists among us?”“Yes, that is inevitable.”“But the ideas themselves, as you, agree, we have not, neither can they be among us.”“No, they cannot.”“And the various classes of ideas are known by the absolute idea of knowledge?”“Yes.”“Which we do not possess.”“No, we do not.”“Then none of the ideas is known by us, since we do not partake of absolute knowledge.”“Apparently not.”“Then the absolute good and the beautiful and all
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