[Another way to say that is:
Each “God the One” cannot recognize Itself in Relation to any other “God the One”.
Does that mean that “God the One” cannot recognize Himself?
Does the law of noncontradiction apply?
“The Father cannot Recognize Himself as Father” except “in regards to the Son”.
If “recognition” contains every category of existence, then logic decrees that, at a minimum, any True God must also belong to every category of existence.
Recognition is a triadic relation. Triadic relations cannot be heard, seen, touched, tasted or smelled. Instead, triadic relations bring actuality into relation with potential.
So it seems the following must be concluded:
“God is God the One” is incapable of Recognizing Himself. One (without qualification) cannot form a relation with Itself.
“God is God the Three” encompasses Recognition.]