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When Confucius was traveling towards the east of China, he came cross two boys arguing bitterly with each other.
Confucius then asked what the dispute was about. One boy replied with..
“I believe that the rising sun is closer, and the midday sun is further away.”
“I think the opposite is right: the midday sun is closer, and the morning sun is farther.”
The other boy replied with...
“It is cool and comfortable with the morning sun, and it is as hot as being immersed in hot water at noon. Don’t you know that a burning object makes us feel hotter when it is closer?”
“The rising sun is as big as the wheel of a vehicle, and the midday sun is only the size of a dish, since an object looks bigger nearby but smaller farther away.”
When both boys asked Confucius’s opinion, Confucius shook his head and said..
"I don't know."
“I am going to teach you about knowledge. What you know, you say you know; what you don’t know, you say you don’t know. Then you are a real knowledgeable person.”
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