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Here is something that has been intriguing me when it comes to understanding the origin of the world in the Vedic view.
In the creation, God created “knowability”, something that made it possible for us to form objects of what was an undifferentiated matter. Therefore, there is a difference between what comes first as “knowability”, which is a prerequisite for our ability to conceptualize matter and thereby having a world of objects and thereby we have “knowledge”. These known objects then serve, as symbols in a semantical relationship were we as observers partake. So far so good, but when it comes to “knowability” and knowledge obviously one come before the other, but are there more differences when it comes to quality or are they strands of the same ability to make something known?
Knowability, usability, desirability — these are the basic three abilities. Each of them has many subdivisions.
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