Think you have it figured out? What if it turned out that the very thing you thought was a fact...was actually more or less an old wive's tale?
I've always loved this line by a former Librarian of Congress:
"The greatest obstacle to discovery is not ignorance - it is the illusion of knowledge." Daniel J. Boorstin
Examples of the illusion of knowledge?
- The world is flat.
- Bloodletting prevents illness and disease.
- It is impossible to run a four minute mile.
- You have to be a member of a group before you can lead one.
- Apprenticing is the key to group multiplication.
- The deepest small groups just use the Bible for curriculum.
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