“Man can learn nothing except by going from the known to the unknown.” (CLAUDE BERNARD)
Learning is dynamic. You never know when you learned. The moment you learn something you change, and if you change, also the perspective over what you just learned. What became known to you through learning, becomes unknown without realizing.
This learning dynamic is how I understand Claude Bernard, a French physiologist. You only learn when “going from the known to the unknown” because you discover the question that drives your curiosity and resilience.
Learning is more about the question than the answer.
The unknown, rather than the known.
The wondering, instead of the know-it-all.
The openness of heart and mind.