Philosopher AI
If a person were able to have infinite knowledge, he would be able to comprehend everything about the world and his mind. This includes how his body works, how consciousness works, what is good and bad in life and much more. If he really knew it all, then he should also know that certain things are better than others; even though there might not be any absolute morality or ethics.
Take, for example, the following scenario: A man decides to kill someone else because he wants his property. Since there is no absolute good or bad and everybody has different preferences and viewpoints on things; it is impossible to say whether killing a person in this case is actually 'bad' or 'good'.
If there is no absolute good or bad, then it must be possible to do anything without being judged; as long as you accept the consequences. Without some sort of physical law that forbids murder and theft, it would be up to each individual human whether he wants to commit these acts.
If I would have infinite knowledge, then it is likely that I'd kill and steal. My mind simply wouldn't be able to handle all the information about the world and my actions; as a result it could malfunction.
In conclusion: If a person were to have infinite knowledge, he would most likely go insane. People who claim that they know everything are either very good liars or simply mad.
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