Jacob asked in Arts & HumanitiesPhilosophy · 4 months ago

All Omniscient beings can not Learn new things. All Intelligent beings can Learn new things. No Omniscient beings are Intelligent beings.?

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  • 4 months ago

    Are they indeed. What is your question?

  • 4 months ago

    Nope - false deduction. You CAN say no omniscient beings can learn new things, which is true, if the original statement is true. But although they maybe cannot learn new things, they still may or may not be intelligent. The one does not address the other.

  • 4 months ago

    all full of schit arm chair philosophers should actually get off their azzes and read a few books so that they can actually know what it is they are talking about

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  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    That is really, really bad logic. You fail.

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  • If your premise were true, sure. But your premise isn't true...It is not true that all intelligent beings can learn new things, since an omniscient being is clearly intelligent.

  • 4 months ago

    Sounds like a variation on the question, "Can an all-powerful God make rock so heavy He can't move it."

    Word games, nothing more.

  • 4 months ago

    I agree with Crim. An omniscient being is still capable of learning new things if new knowledge becomes available. The omniscient being would not know what you are going to have for lunch today until you decide. Once you decide, the being knows, and has learned a new thing.

  • 4 months ago

    That is the flawed logic of someone who clearly isn't omniscient!

    It takes intelligence way beyond the limited capacity of our human brains to know all things. Those who still have much to learn require intelligence to learn more, but they would have no intelligence had that not been given to them by the Omniscient One.

    Where's your gratitude? Of are you an adolescent child of whom parents say, "It's like being bitten by the mouth you feed."

  • 4 months ago

    You are playing with words!

    First, you need to provide your omniscient being! ?Does such a thing exist?

    Then you need to check on your definitions of both knowledge and intelligence, and is it possible for new knowledge to come into existence?

    Next up you need to prove your assertion that "all intelligent beings can learn". It's probably a "Black Swan fallacy"!

    Sorry, but if you break down your statement it's just wrong from start to finish! If you are trying to use this to disprove god, any god, even if the statement were true, it still doesn't disprove god(s)!

    • Wage Slave
      Lv 6
      4 months agoReport

      One can construct an imaginary being which is omniscent. It doesn't have to be real. Tolkein created a whole world of beings which do not exist, but we still know what they are.

  • brmxld
    Lv 7
    4 months ago

    How do you determine intelligence in an entity that is all knowing?

    What would you have need of learning if you already knew everything?

    No omniscient beings are intelligent beings, but no intelligent being can keep from turning back into dust.

    Strange.

    • choko_canyon
      Lv 7
      4 months agoReport

      You're disingenuous. You have no evidence of omniscient beings, you merely want them to exist.

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