Elizabeth Kamarck Minnich's book entitled Transforming Knowledge was an important book for many of us in the early 1990s. It is a book that is, in some senses, about epistemology and in other senses about education. Here is one quotation from the book that made me think then -- and still does.
"Uncertainty, which is the necessary result of openness to what is unique, individual, particular, new, and/or different, is. . . a virtue reflecting an open and enlarged mind and a capacity for empathy." (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990, p. 102).
Perhaps the question is: which uncertainty?