Q. 14.3( 6 Votes )
What is the author’s perception of the limitations of knowledge and learning?
For the author, knowledge has nothing to do with education. One can gain knowledge when he/she starts to starts to think, anyone under any circumstances can think. She says, “A world which one could slice with one’s thought as a fish slices the water with his fin.” The author does not favour blind pursuits of knowledge and leaning. She suggests a life, “without professor or specialists”.
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