Today’s analogy for connectivism’s view of knowledge is once you know where Waldo is means that you can’t look back at the page and not see him, you’ve found him for good.
What came up for me: racism is, for instance, the “knowledge” that one group of people with certain physical characteristics is somehow better/wiser than another group. I take that “knowledge” from my culture and then I apply it to everything, as an explanation for the world around me. But doesn’t that limit what I actually can see—or more precisely, what I create as the object of my seeing? The physicists have determined that light is both/neither a wave and a particle and that it appears as one or the other based on the viewer’s expectation, what the researcher sets up to measure or see.