Now see how we come at once to paradox. For the thought “There is no such thing as knowledge,” “Knowledge is a false idea,” or however it may be phrased … it is itself a thing known.
In other words, the attempt to analyse the idea leads immediately to a muddle of the mind.
But this is of the essence of the Occult Wisdom concerning Daäth. For Daäth is the crown of the Ruach, the Intellect; and its place is in the Abyss. That is, it breaks into pieces immediately it is examined.
There is no coherence below the Abyss, or in it; to obtain this, which is one of the chief canons of Truth, we must reach Neschamah.
Aleister Crowley, Little Essays Toward Truth, Knowledge