The Ontology of Knowledge (OK) states:
The laws of the world cannot be distinguished from the laws by which representation emerges from intensional thought.
The laws of a physical world in vis-à-vis are not necessary.
The forms of the world resulting from these laws cannot be distinguished from the laws of thought. They have no object. (see appendix I)
OK seems to make of Knowledge, the substance from which the subject gives rise for himself to a representation of the world and himself.
The OK is realistic in that it states that there is a reality, but it also states clearly that the Reality is informal and that there is no being in reality, no other beings than those created by the subject in representation.
That justifies the title of this article: Would the knowing subject be, in fact, the only being in the world, all other beings being only representation?
While the Cogito guarantees the Existence of the "I" that enunciates it, is there no other Me than this "I"?
As much as our mind can consent to the idea that objects and material facts are only representations, including the atoms of our own body, as much as it seems absurd to us, paradoxical, contrary to the evidence of every moment, the idea that "I" would be the one and only knowing subject.
The first part of this article proposes, by a clarification of concepts and terms, to answer specifically to the question of the existence of other “I's”
The second part will try to widen the spectrum of our reflection to study, within the conceptual framework of the OK, the possibility of a supra-human thought/knowledge. Of a “Us”