Plato on Forms. According to Plato’s Forms, is it provable that absolute knowle


Plato on Forms.
According to Plato’s Forms, is it provable that absolute knowledge exists? If so, what did Plato mean by this? Is it provable that only God has the absolute knowledge as expressed by Plato in his excerpt? Plato states ,”And if there besuch a things as participation in the absolute knowledge, no one is more likely than God to have this exact knowledge?”What does he mean by this? Is there no one who can surpass the knowledge that Plato claims God has? Who makes the criteria of what can be seen as absolute knowledge ? Can a being untouchable and unprovable be seen as one who has absolute knowledge? Should we seek out absolute knowledge? Why? Are we able to achieve absolute knowledge? Also relate Aquina’s theories to Plato and compare the two in the essay. Plato’s quote also relates to what Socrates stated during his trial”The lfie which is unexamined is not worth living”. What is the corrrelation between these two?(Try to find any corrrelation if possible, if nto possible it’s fine, just expand on absolute knowledge )


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