Knowledge

Knowledge - Nelson Robert Nelson Professor Embree PHY2010...

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Nelson Robert Nelson Professor Embree PHY2010 2/18/11 Knowledge Knowledge can be factual or theoretical. It is the source for our understanding of anything. It is what we are certain to be true or what we have solid reason to believe in without direct proof. How much we know is constantly increasing and as time passes what we do know is becoming more accurate. The more knowledge that we have the better our reasoning is, allowing us to progress through time. We have different methods of learning what we know now, and that is part of our reasoning. There is debate to whether we gain true knowledge scientifically or have an “innate knowledge” that we refer to, to come up with ideas and, in time, more knowledge. Both are true. Our brain or mind is our storage of knowledge. We are already developed with curiosity and the want to learn more without having to be taught everything. We have a physiology that has senses and understanding of pain, smells, colors, and many other observations. We learn as little kids
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course PHI 2010 taught by Professor Dobson during the Spring '08 term at FAU.

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