The saying that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing is, to my mind, a very dangerous adage. If knowledge is real and genuine, I do not believe that it is other than a very valuable posession, however infinitesimal its quantity may be. Indeed, if a little knowledge is dangerous, where is a man who has so much as to be out of danger?
Thomas Henry Huxley
‘Instruction in Physiology’, in Science and Culture and Other Essays (1882), 91.
Another stonker from the Hux.