Homer, Eight Bells, 1886
Lawrence Yeo's Framework for Knowledge ...If you learn something for the first time, does that make you knowledgeable?
When we treat knowledge as a verb, it creates a process that separates what we know from the ever-changing quality of how we know it ...The sharp division in our political systems, the inability to determine what is truthful in our news cycles, the animus toward dialogue amongst opposing viewpoints, the failure in aligning our ethical norms — these are all the illegitimate children of misplaced certainty. Our obsession with knowledge has gotten us here, but we’ve discarded the quality of its pursuit in the process.
This is what education is all about. When you take the time to spread your findings to people, you simultaneously create the opportunity for a revision in your thought process as well. This is the root behind the adage of “teaching being the best form of learning.”