What Do You Know?

The Books of Terence T. Gorski

There are three things to consider:

1. The things we know that we know.

2. The things we know that we don’t know.

3. The things we don’t know that we don’t know.

The last is potentially the most dangerous.

One Response to What Do You Know?

  1. robert paul says:

    “A great many people think they are thinking while there only rearrainging their prejudices”.-Herbert Spencer,
    Cognative dissonance may very well be the reason why we attack one another.Ignorance and the assumption of ignorance is the driving force behind
    mans inhumanity to man.
    This may appear to some as a glib or vague generality but for me it is the distillation of years of thought processes and observation of historical and current events.
    I only know what I know and no other human being can completely understand another except in shared
    experience or the Jungian concept of the collective unconscious , there we find transference and counter
    transference to further confuse any issue that might
    possibly be discussed.
    Everyone on this earth is unique and has something to offer.Understanding this concept is the only way we can open a dialogue and have free and open communication.

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