Learning something isn’t the same as accepting it, necessarily. We don’t have to commit to agreeing with something before, or even as, we learn it. And often we can’t evaluate some new piece of knowledge or a new skill properly until we have thoroughly understood it—tried it out even.
Sometimes we can only learn by doing. Some knowledge can only be gained through experience.
It’s a good idea, therefore, to defer judgement until the learning has taken place—until we have the whole picture.
Being sceptical every step along the way isn’t an effective learning strategy because it slows down the process.
It’s wise—and quicker—to be open-minded. And to experiment.