Section 21d of Plato’s ‘Apology of Socrates’

The Socratic paradox translated by Harold North Fowler:

“I am wiser than this man; for neither of us really knows anything fine and good, but this man thinks he knows something when he does not, whereas I, as I do not know anything, do not think I do either. I seem, then, in just this little thing to be wiser than this man at any rate, that what I do not know I do not think I know either.”

I’ve always found this both humble and arrogant. I guess that’s my take on the paradox.