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  • Shared Knowledge: The Importance Of Knowledge And Personal Knowledge

    Personal Knowledge is a knowledge acquired by an individual through his/her experience, practice and personal involvement and closely bound up with the local circumstances of an individual. The local circumstances of an individual such as biography, interest and values are integral part of acquiring a personal knowledge. The personal knowledge is influenced by the individual’s perspective, which gets built over a period of time. Personal knowledge refers to the possession of knowledge by an individual and hence in many languages, the verb “I know“ is attached to it. The personal knowledge therefore includes individual’s skills, talent and what he has learnt through his interactions with the others and personal experience. Personal knowledge…

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  • Knowledge Is The Key To Knowledge Essay

    constructors of our own knowledge as well as knowing what we know and what we do not know about the universe. Knowledge can be viewed and defined in many depending on the person, culture, religion, and lifestyle. Whether people like Sagan or Hawking may dispute their point of views of the universe, they also pertain to have similarities about it as well. Our own beliefs of what knowledge represents to society as well as individually to us can often be subject to outside influence. The common…

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  • Individual Knowledge And Shared Knowledge

    While exploring the relationship between our shared knowledge and our individual knowledge, we see that there is an influence from both directions. Shared knowledge, in this context, is the knowledge belonging to a particular group of people who may be collaboratively working together, either in a separate ‘space and time’ or different places. On the other hand, personal knowledge can be interpreted as knowledge resulting from the influence of my own individual perspective, which includes…

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  • Knowledge, Knowledge And Virtue In Plato's Meno

    between Socrates and Meno but instead pulls the reader into a series of questions, without clear conclusions. Although the focus of the Meno is virtue the way in which Plato approaches the topic (by putting forth new questions which surround the central one) allows for a deeper evaluation of each question. In the dialogue, the words knowledge and wisdom are used almost interchangeably and it is assumed that both knowledge and wisdom must be taught. Yet, knowledge and wisdom have two different…

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  • Robust Knowledge: History And Lack Of Knowledge

    learn from their TOK books is “Perplexity is the beginning of knowledge” (Khalil Gibran). This quote, better than anything, explains that gaining knowledge begins with disagreement. Multiple people may see the same thing differently having different thoughts and ideas about it. Some of these people’s ideas will turn out to be true depending on the evidence that they get, others seeing that their theories have no backing will agree that what the other person suggests is true. Thus, robust…

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  • Relationship Between Personal Knowledge And Shared Knowledge

    Personal knowledge and shared knowledge depict a close relationship in that one may be derived from another, and that the two may only be regarded as knowledge if they include the concept ‘I know’ and ‘we know’ respectively ( (accessed on 01/02/2015). Knowledge can be viewed as the production of one or more human beings. It can be the work of a single individual arrived at as a result of a number of factors…

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  • Conceptual Knowledge Vs Procedural Knowledge Analysis

    Although conceptual and procedural knowledge cannot always be separated, it is useful to distinguish between the two types of knowledge to better understand knowledge development. First consider conceptual knowledge. A concept is ‘an abstract or generic idea generalized from particular instances’ (Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, 2012). Knowledge of concepts is often referred to as conceptual knowledge (e.g. Byrnes & Wasik, 1991; Canobi, 2009; Rittle-Johnson, Siegler, & Alibali, 2001).…

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  • Shared Knowledge Essay

    Knowledge is the theory or empirical of a particular subject area and is used in different aspects of our lives. Shared knowledge is either a fact or an agreement by the majority. It is a public knowledge as a large number of people or a small group, such as religious groups, ethnic groups and school groups, could access this knowledge. In the contrary, personal knowledge is gained from one’s experience, education, and observation and is possessed by the individual. Although everyone develops…

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  • Knowledge Is Power Analysis

    Day in and day out, humans are constantly gaining knowledge. Knowledge is defined as information or skills based on education or experience. A lot of things on Earth today were invented by using one’s prior knowledge based on the education received or the experience one has gone through. Knowledge is then to create power to provide one with a stable job, social status, and a say in what another person can or cannot do. Knowledge can be gained through multiple ways like attending school,…

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  • What Is Limiting Knowledge?

    Thinkers strive to understand the natural world through the use of networks — systems in which all of the components are interconnected. These components work together to efficiently create new knowledge. In each area of knowledge, experts use these components, or ways of knowing, in ways so that each way of knowing enhances the others. However, in some areas of knowledge, a knower’s background and perspective can influence our methodology and the ways of knowing we use, thereby limiting or…

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