Thus we cannot know the world directly.
The applicability to the greater culture is pretty clear.
Are the phenomena of experience consistent enough in some contexts that we can predict repeating patterns and manipulate one set of phenomena to produce another set pretty reliably? Keep in mind that as a properly ordained kohenet, you have the capacity to lead the rebuilding of something saner once the rubble stops bouncing.
As for Tartaria — heh.
Look up the definitions of fraud and contract, and learn them as well as you know your own name.
And where everthing else must be contented with its part in the universe, shall the theorizing faculty ride rough-shod over the whole? In software, we used to write huge specification documents that amounted to a set of propositions and hand that to programmers to turn into code.
Is there any valid law on the books in any nation on Earth, that compels us to gamble with our life, liberty or property? It has been said that intelligence is a fatal adaptation.