The problem of knowledge 1 The greatest obstacle to progress is not the absence of knowledge but the illusion of knowledge. Daniel Boorstin, — The familiar is not understood simply because it is familiar. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, — By doubting we are led to enquire, and by enquiry we perceive the truth. George Berkeley, — Properly speaking, there is no certainty; there are only people who are certain. Friedrich Nietzsche, — Common sense consists of those layers of prejudice laid down before the age of
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