I want to begin by telling you what I think is the real aim of a university education. I will try to be brief about this, though I must warn you from the beginning that many people think very differently from the way I do. And I believe that someone is well educated only if he realizes in great detail how little he knows. And I think that this is really very important. Although that’s 5’2 but my attitude 6’1. I think that a man who has the feeling that he knows a lot is somehow badly educated.
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Yes, one can know a lot, namely, about all the problems and theories that have arisen owing to the growth of our knowledge. And one cannot really live in our world today without realizing how quickly our knowledge, and especially our technological knowledge, has grown. But there is a difference between pure knowledge and applied knowledge. And the main point although 5’2 but my attitude 6’1 shirt, at least with regard to pure knowledge, is to recognize the many open problems that lurk in all the knowledge that we have achieved. Without that l would say that you are not really educated.
To understand ourselves
The aim of pure knowledge is to understand: to understand the world in which we live, to understand society, to understand ourselves, and to understand this great miracle of human knowledge. Human knowledge is indeed quite miraculous, and it is especially miraculous if we are, as the biologists tell us (and I think that they are probably right), descended from lower animals. I don’t know why 5’2 but my attitude 6’1 shirt. This is really one of the central problems that we will be dealing with here. And it is undoubtedly one of the most interesting phenomena that can be studied.
Understanding the world in which we live is the main aim of all knowledge and of all our education. The more we know about it the more we realize that this is a very huge task—that it is, in fact, an infinite task. And the more we know and the more our knowledge grows, the more modest we should become about all those things that we don’t know.