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How much do I not know?
It is not possible to know how much you do not know because it could be
infinite or finite, small or large if finite. Because one does not know
it is not possible to define other than one does not know.
One could ask someone else, but they could only answer to the limit of
their knowledge, which may be only finite, so therefore unable to answer
such a question.
The question itself is a problem.
An infinitely non-repeating number like Pi, can be defined exactly, but
any one point on the repeat would need to be calculated. It would appear
even an infinite mind is bounded by this reality because it takes infinity
to define the infinite number of answers.
So knowledge is infinite in an absolute sense and we will only ever know
a finite part of it. On this basis noumenon is infinite.
I am addressing here the idea of what is unknown.
If one is bounded by a single object and how it appears as compared to the object in relation to itself, we will never know because we only experience it through our senses. I would suggest it is pragmatic to assume it is the same in itself as it appears. Knowing it might be otherwise is an important constraint, especially when our perceptions fail, and we get hit by the car we did not see.