Philosophy_of_Science - knowledge 1 Recognition of...

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knowledge: 1. Recognition of something. 2. Familiarity or acquaintance with something from actual experience. 3. That which is learned. 4. Clear perception of what is regarded as fact, truth, or duty. 5. Information and/or learning that is preserved and continued by civilizations. 6. Things had in CONSCIOUSNESS (beliefs, ideas, facts, images, concepts, notions, opinions) that become justified in some way and thereby are regarded as true. Dictionary of Philosophy
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: 1. An actually occurring event, quality, relation, state of affairs. That which is actual, real. That which is. 2. A situation or state of affairs that has taken place. 3. A true description of what is happening or of what has happened. A fact in the sense of 1 or 2 makes such a description true or false. These views assume that facts exist independently of our thoughts about them. 4. The meaning contained in true statements 5. A judgment (interpretation) of what we regard reality to be like.
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