Socrates once said I know one thing, and that is that I know nothing. There is a lot of truth to this in the sense that a wise person knows there is more that they don't know than what they do know.
However, in our day to day lives, more people act in a way directly opposite to this notion. People pretend to know more to impress or confuse others and it could lead to unideal outcomes for those being manipulated. This would seem obvious, but you'll likely encounter a lot of people like this in your life and the simplest and fastest way to see through this is to have them answer questions about it.
Someone who is passionate and knowledgeable about something will be happy to explain it, whereas someone who is fronting will likely come up with excuses rather simply answering.
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