That we could not conceptually have more perfect knowledge, which itself predicates on having knowledge of all and only true propositions, is moot, given our consideration of perfection defined solely to concede its properties are intrinsically maximal is in tandem with properties that do not admit to upper degree limits. This is besides the conceptual differences inherent in our understanding of the object or situation to which we ascribe the properties. Even if our concepts of health generically coincide, for example, should we assume that what its perfection connotes and whether the idea is itself, incoherent do too? Does the fact that we have a health system mean that we would rather than not have it, even if it failed to meet our expectations?
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