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Re: MR: Disc: Saber es poder
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> Tadhg signed a missive parenthetically thus:
> > > > (Ominpotence without omniscience is damn dangerous.)
> To which Leifr replied,
> > > It is also impossible, if you don't know everything, then you don't KNOW
> > > what you can't do, therefore you're not omnipotent.
> Ld Henry Best explained it this way:
> > Omniscience is an incidental byproduct of omnipotence. If one is
> > all-powerful, then amongst one's powers is omniscience.
> Which reminds Alfredo,
> My people have a saying, "Saber es poder", which means
> "To know is to be able". (I have taken the liberty of
> renaming this thread to that dicho, since it seems more
> appropriate to the topic than "Pay-to-Fight".
> I believe the English might also have a proverb about
> the link between knowledge and power.
> Henry goes on to say,
> > It's the same kind of semantic redundancy that Father Guido Sarducci
> > pointed out in the phrase "forever and ever".
> Or "take thy shoes from off thy feet", which is equally redundant
> but admittedly harder to work into a conversation.
> -- Alfredo
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