Sentences Which Are Rigorously Unknowable But True
(c) 2004 Henry A. Flynt, Jr.
(*) Nobody holds (*) to be true.
If nobody holds (*) to be true, then (*) is true and nobody holds or "knows" it. If somebody tries to "know" or espouse (*), then this attempt to possess (*) as a truth compels its falsity. Indeed, there is a succession of phases in time consequent on the mental act of the one who jumps first.
Then everyone but the person who holds (*) to be true may know (*) to be false.
At face value, (*) is an immanent assertion of which everyone is deprived, if it is knowledge: because "embracing the proposition" falsifies it. As to who may jump first, that is symmetrical. The belief-dependency is not person-specific.
the scientific construction of ignorance