Socratic Reflection/Humility

"...the basis of Socratic humility was Socratic ignorance: his view that he knew nothing. ..he believed that if he knew nothing, he took less and less for granted and was able to see and examine more and more. He never took his own or others' ways of framing experience for granted and so was able to examine the assumptions hidden in experience. The resolute acceptance of not knowing is the basis of Socratic reflection..."

Steven Segal, 2001

 

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