In sience theories claim to be true until profen wrong. So in order to work with theories we accept them as being true. Like we accepted first the Earth is a plate until we learned it’s a ball, we thought everything spins around it, geocentric view become heliocentric. Now we know the sun isn’t the center either but this theory helped us learn about our universe. So when Socrates says “scio, no scivi.”, it means to me that whatever I think I know, in order to come close to what is true I have to accept that I will be wrong.
Since English isn’t my first language and I’m not making an effort improving it, what I’m writing must be hard to follow sometimes and finding the right words is difficult for me.