The prominent philosopher-Plato believed that ignorance is the root and stem of all evils. If I was Plato, I would rather say: the root of all evils was pioneered in the beginning of life; when the fundamental principle (which governs existence of nature) was violated. Since the nature exists, then there must be a reason for its existence, and a principle(s) which preserves and sustains it. Why, then, it is subjected to various disasters which threat its survival?
The violation against the fundamental principle disseminated to the subordinate principles of nature and caused a disorder to the whole system of nature. One way we can use to prove the disorder in these principles is the study of two states of nature; ignorance and wisdom. While the principle which governs ignorance executes its duty, there is another principle which governs wisdom.
Why the fundamental principle (which governs everything) endorsed the existence of ignorance while it knew this would cause crises which would necessitate the need for wisdom? If ignorance was legitimate, then there would be no necessity for wisdom, and vice versa. This is analogous to breeding a pathogen with one hand and, when it starts killing people, you synthesize a vaccine with the other hand claiming to help kill the pathogen! See in this work how a human species lives as a victim subjected to the disorders in the systems surrounding him.
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