Ignorance Essay Topics

The Concepts of Knowledge, Belief and Ignorance

Philosophy comes from the Greek words “philo” which means love and “sophia” which means wisdom. When these words are combined, this would then give the meaning of philosophy, which is “the love of wisdom” (Russo & Fair, 2000, n. p. ). Unlike science and mathematics, philosophy does not rely on scientific observation and experiments or… View Article

Percy: the Common Reader and the Complex Reader

Walker Percy’s “The Loss of the Creature” is a work to be read ? and read again. He questions language and understanding or belief. He writes “piling example upon example” (qtd. in Percy 462). He speaks of the rare sovereign knower and the unique sovereign experience. One will never fully recover an entity into the… View Article

Definition Essay on Ignorance

When people are confronted with information which they’re not ready to accept, they will usually return to the phrase “ignorance is bliss”. Ignorance is not bliss; it is merely a dose of anaesthetic which wears off in time. Being ignorant does not mean being happy, ignorance is lack of knowledge. Ignorance should never be a… View Article

The Black Balloon

Ones ignorance could lead to their powerlessness. In Lisa Down’s film, “The Black Balloon”, the importance of taking care of and not judging people due to their disabilities and weaknesses is covered. The protagonist, Thomas, has an autistic brother named Charlie who he is embarrassed of and who is the centre of all the events… View Article

Allegory of the Cave Analysis

Albert Einstein once said, “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.” Albert Einstein didn’t exactly have a sane reputation, but wouldn’t that allow him to have a more interesting point of view? His quote on reality, for example, is one that not a lot of people would agree or even understand. How… View Article