Within the limited human existence, the knowledge we accumulate expands indefinitely. For every sediment of knowledge we add to our base, a relatively immense volume of other potential knowledge may be explored and accessed. Neuroscientists agree that we utilize only a small portion of our brains in the processing of knowledge. We are limited by our capacity to explore the environment with our senses and constraints by our brain’s ability to process, store, and retrieve the knowledge we do absorb.
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Gerald M. Hoffman
Towards a General Theory of Knowledge