Regina, Saskatchewan; Canada
Why are you using "we" as your preferred pronoun, Essorant?
To show that I mean all of us. And it doesn't matter whether you take "we" individually, one at a time, or as if personified as one, for the same principle covers everyone individually or as a group, despite knowing more or less. For every degree of knowledge bears at least something that everything has, especially the most basic thing being existance. Everyone knows at least something about existance and in knowing something, knows something about everything, for existance is also part of everything, and the same principles in one thing are extended into every other thing through variation and change, which we always know at least something about the principles of all things and we would do so even if we were limited only to the smallest thing. If I am on one side of a wall all my life and am never on the other side, I always yet know something about the other side, for the other side always partially has what is on my side, it is also connected to my side, and therefore my side is already part of the other side, therefore knowing my part is already knowing part of the other side. All of this adds up too much knowledge for me to believe that we ever not know at least something about everything and in knowing everything to some extent are omniscient.
If I know anything about something you didn't even know existed, then even by your mangled definition, you can't be omniscient.
Everything anyone else knows about, which is a variable manner of partially knowing everything, inevitably includes at least something I (and you) already know even from the most basic thing as simply something about existance. We all know at least something about everything you know about. And likewise you know at least something about everything everyone else know about. Just as our knowledge of everything is partial, our ignorance of everything is partial as well. Neither get to be perfect. The same thing we partialy know about, we also partialy don't know about, but we always know at least something about everything.