No. And this is a very interesting paradox: the smarter a person is, the more ignorant and, if you will, stupid he considers himself. Socrates also said “I only know that I don’t know anything, but others don’t know this either.”
And indeed, the more knowledge we gain, the wider the circle of things becomes that we do not know ... Therefore, it turns out that a hairdresser in Sarapul has a higher opinion of his intellectual abilities than a sociology teacher at Moscow State University.
Just leave here a quote from Einstein:
We are all geniuses. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life, considering itself a fool.
Such questions are usually answered like "Who do you think is a stupid person? Where is the border between intelligence and stupidity? By what quality can one say that [this] person is stupid, and [that] is more or less intelligent?" your assessment, which in no way reflects who the person really is. " Maybe here you will find the answer to the question: