I agree with Phil about the uncomfortable title but could not invent a better one.
Besides, I wanted to hammer home the point Erica made in Post 0 about learning on my own timetable and not that of another. (Luke)
Luke, I liked the title; I thought it was clever actually.
And it still seems to me that one has to want to "see" evasion in order to automatically assume it from the title, or the speech... I didn't "go there", myself.
What I took from your words went along the lines of,
"I know enough to know when I need to seek further information."
"I know enough to know when I need the benefit of someone else's knowledge."
"I know enough to know how to best spend my own time."
(I actually hadn't thought of the humorous, but true, examples in your post #4 :-)
"I know enough to know I could've lived well for the rest of my life without that piece of information!"
Of course, my reaction may be based on the fact that I know enough about Luke Setzer's character to know that he is hardly an evader. But total strangers may make all kinds of leaps when they hear the speech. Having said that, I admit it is entirely possible that...
I don't know enough about what I'm talking about to properly comment on this whole evasion concept....
But I know enough to know that I liked the speech...