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  • Brainly User
2015-01-01T15:02:27+05:30
The implication is that a small amount of knowledge can lead to overconfidence, leaping to invalid conclusions based on what you do know without taking into account the things that you don't know. It's contrasted with a large amount of knowledge, which would presumably lead one to be more cautious or to at least draw better conclusions.

It's not generally intended to imply that "even a little knowledge" is a dangerous thing. In the phrase's terms, more is definitely better.
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2015-01-01T15:24:14+05:30
'little knowledge' this word it self indicae we are not suitable to answer the or solve the problems if we have more knowledge also may lead to jelous so sufficient knowledge is needed.
"little knowledge is a dangerous" not only it is self sufficiat but also dangerous because it may knees us to over confidence which may lead to a problem.
   
HENCE LITTLE KNOWLEDGE IS DANGEROUS AND MORE KNOWLEDGE IS ALSO HARM FUL HENCE WE SHOULD SELF CONVINIENT IN KNOWLEDGE. 
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