I know that I don’t know

CONCEPT : “I know that I don’t know” – Socrates

Socrates said, that if you admit that ‘you know that you don’t know’, then you do know.

This is because, when we admit that we don’t understand a particular subject, we can activate our desire to know that subject, and we can find resources to bridge a gap in our knowledge.

So, if you admit that ‘you know that you do not know’, then in reality, you do know, according to Socrates.


DEBRIEFING : “I know that I don’t know”” – Socrates

In the videogame, sometimes the marble is visible, therefore you know that you do know its position.

In other moments the marble is invisible, therefore “you know that you don’t know” its position.

When you “know that you don’t know” the position of the marble, your resources carry out an evaluation on the trajectory, managing to calculate where the marble is, then eventually you can win the game.

Therefore, when “you know that you don’t know” where the marble is, in reality, you do know.

So, if “you know that you don’t know”, in reality you do know, according to Socrates.


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