*Socrates is portrayed in the dialogues with his fellow Athenians as beginning with common conceptions of important words and challenging these whilst showing that the word/concept was not as simple as everyone thought.
*The Philosopher writes that "Philosophy begins with wonder," and wonder can be translated as "confusion" or "puzzlement." One goes through life not really paying attention until something unusual intrudes itself, seems striking because it "does not fit."
*Kant is "awakened from his dogmatic slumber" by reading Hume, and begins to see question marks about received opinions about knowledge.
It is difficult for the philosopher in his questioning to remain within the accepted or simple vocabulary that describes (and re-inforces) the object of his interrogation as he begins to make distinctions, to make refinements in his thinking about it.
The result of this exploration is a greatly refined map that shows new details: the great rivers are there, but so are the meandering streams and creeks; the paved highways are there, but so are the local roads and even the paths through the fields. If we wish to follow these results so carefully, the original map must be discarded and we must ask for a copy of the new one.