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  1. It is worth considering this issue from different angles

    From the point of view of biology, yes, there is this limit – the capabilities of our brain and its features

    From the point of view of philosophy, it is still difficult to say whether the world is knowable at all. The greater the knowledge, the greater the area of ignorance. That's the whole point. The limit of knowledge is the constantly growing ignorance of qualitatively new information.

    From the point of view of epistemology, the world is knowable, but not absolutely, at this stage of life and development, to say that we can know absolutely everything is just a lie

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