In Expanding The Field Of Knowledge We But Increase The Horizon Of Ignorance” (Henry Miller).Is This True?
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As you learn more, you gain a greater awareness of what else there is left to learn, and you accept that you will always be ignorant of more than you would like.
I also think Socrates would have agreed with your statement - as he supposedly said "I am the wisest man alive, for I know one thing, and that is that I know nothing...
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Inside the circle is what we know and what we call knowledge; outside the circle is what we don't know and need to explore. As our circle of knowledge expands, so does the circumference of darkness surrounding it. So the more we know, the more we feel that we don't know.
"If we know more and more about less and less, a corollary is that we also know less and less about more and more of what is known...
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