Post normal science by Jerome Ravetz, because we can't ever completely eliminate ignorance.
Silvio Funtowicz wrote:
> Ravetz abandoned the modernist claim to successively eliminate ignorance & replace it by knowledge; he argued instead for the
"management" of uncertainty and ignorance, that is, for strategies of "post-normal science" to render ignorance "usable".

"Why Science Does Not Know: A Brief History of (the Notion of) Scientific Ignorance in the Twentieth and Early Twenty-First Centuries"

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