"Confess thine ignorance" () -- but the Medieval text says that is difficult, because it means breaking down your own hubris. Because it is that hubris (pride that is vanity rather than self-respect), that conceited presumption, that thinks itself wise, that thinks it knows, although it is not wise and does not know. For that Christian author -- as indeed for Socrates himself -- humility is self-knowledge.


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