This goes hand in hand with the Dunning-Kruger effect which was brilliantly put by Socrate where he basically said: "You're more knowledgeable when you know what you don't know".
Additionally to that, in those days, the notion/concept of admitting one's ignorance (ie. saying "I don't know") is more often than not a source negative criticism and what not.
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