Knowledge is that which man has caused or created. Truth in itself becomes knowledgeable through man-made objects; through entities man himself has created for himself. His activity, his reason and consciousness, is dependent on objects which are not only for themselves but become objects for man. They become man-made in that respect, as they would not be otherwise for themselves, if they could not be determined as indispensable for consciousness and bound to a particular notion or determination and not floating off into a dark nothingness.
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