The question consists of a certain number of sentences. Some sentences are grammatically incorrect or inappropriate. Select the option that indicates the grammatically incorrect and inappropriate sentence(s).
- Scepticism is as much the result of knowledge, as knowledge is of scepticism.
- To be content with what we at present know, is, for the most part, shutting our ears against conviction.
- Since, from the very gradual character of our education, we must continually forget, and emancipate ourselves from, knowledge previously acquired.
- We must set aside old notions and embrace fresh ones; and, as we learn, we must be daily unlearning something which it has cost us no small labour and anxiety to acquire.
- And this difficulty attaches itself more closely to an age in which progress has gained a strong ascendency over prejudice, and in which persons and things are, day by day, finding their real level, in lieu of its conventional value.