Vanishing Point

The Path to Your Organization’s Success is Paved with Failure

Posted by Phil Cunningham

December 28, 2016 at 9:15 AM

In Plato’s Meno, the character Socrates raises the question of why knowledge is more valuable than a strongly held conviction or ‘true’ belief. He relates an anecdote of a traveler navigating the road to Larissa. When the traveler comes across a fork in the road, he can either know that Larissa lies to the road on the left or he can have a ‘true’ belief that he’ll reach the city by choosing to go left.

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