Can agnosticism be interpreted as requiring an absolute or ubiquitous force in living?
By absolute I generalize a concept "as is": the same idea as irrefutable, or governing without using what I feel are partial ideas such as omnipotence, something irrefutable, and ultimate.
Agnosticism believes in a greater force or power of which it's nature is inconceivable to an absolute being (or, at least, this is the idea I have derived.) If so why is it we require an absolute force in our being?
•Is it an aspect of our perception, of how we view multidimensional or even ubiquitous ideas linearly?
•Or an answer for the lack of knowledge we posses?
•Or even our rationality theorizing that life must posses a full or infallible entity that governs with multi-dimensional perspective and/or a being of non-conformity?
•Even a sense of ubiquitous presence that we derive all knowledge and existence from?