Radical Not-Knowing: Learning with an unknown future
According to André, in this rapidly changing world our knowledge has a sell-by-date. If we realise real learning can actually take place in this climate of not knowing and uncertainty, this realisation can actually set us free, so we can face the world with open eyes and learn and grow more intuitively. The word learning comes from German and the root means: “following the track”. ‘Reality is always changing. We don’t see what is, we see what once was’ (Goethe). Education means to draw out what is already there.