Isn’t this true?
I think I know all this, all this stuff.
I mean, I do. But can I recall it?
The fact is that I have forgotten more economics than you have probably ever known.
But I hesitate here.
There is something between the lines that you know – that I know – even when you can not recall it.
It’s a knowledge of what you have forgotten or an understanding of where you would go to look for it again.
At any given moment, you only think you know what you know. But what you really know is what you can recall.
-Maria Konnikova, Mastermind