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Tagged > Knowledge
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 32yrs • M
Knowing the true knowledge of an answer is first understanding the knowledge of the question.
THREAD Life & Death*Making Life Pointless*
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Philosophy Forum
we will never have too much knowledge. realising that we have knowledge in some areas and no knowledge in other areas is...quite frankly a form of knowledge :) . We will always be ignorant to some de...
THREAD what if..
12 Posts • 3151 Views
Philosophy Forum
True. It is possible that when we combine A and B (things we already know to exist) then you have C which can not exist at all (oweing to our inperfections). However combining knowledge to reach antho...
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 37yrs • M
\\\"To know that you know what you know, and to not know what you do not know, that is true knowledge.
MEMBER
 38yrs • M
There Is Knowledge That is Power!
MEMBER
 41yrs • M
Imagination is more important than knowledge
MEMBER
 30yrs • F
The only good is knowledge; the only evil: ignorance.
MEMBER
 69yrs • M
Any action should be based on knowledge
MEMBER
 40yrs • M
Imagination is more important than knowledge
MEMBER
 32yrs • M
Imagination is greater than knowledge
MEMBER
 42yrs • M
Zip your lips unless you can improve the silence.
THREAD Epistemology: Truth & KnowledgeNature of Knowledge
8 Posts • 2965 Views
Philosophy Forum
How do we know that the things we know, we really do "know"? How do we obtain knowledge, and how can we be sure that it really is varified knowledge we've obtained? Long time back, d...
MEMBER
 37yrs • F
there will always be someone who can benefit from knowledge you are willing to share
MEMBER
 36yrs • F
Seek knowledge to know they quest
MEMBER
 35yrs • M
In my hand, human knowledge and beast power
THREAD SocietyPolitics in Books
17 Posts • 4296 Views
Politics & Current Events Forum
so what does it matter what you teach in grade school? What turns true belief into knowledge is the reliability of our cognitive processes. Knowledge is a resource for life. It depends which path the...
MEMBER
 40yrs • M
To not discus is to not believe, to not listen shows ignorance, to the edges of Earthly knowledge is never too far when in persuit of truth.
THREAD Goals with philosophy
8 Posts • 2409 Views
Philosophy Forum
knowledge is one. the classification of the illusion of knowledge into subjects, philosophy being one, is but human ignorance. an endeavor in ultimate futility. reality is singular knowledge. and that...
THREAD Human Nature & Emotion"Love Believes all Things - And Yet Is Never Deceived" by Soren Kierkegaard
2 Posts • 7144 Views
Philosophy Forum
"The mistrustful person and the lover have knowledge in common, and neither is the mistrustful person mistrustful because of knowledge nor is the loving person loving because of knowledge. But wh...
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 36yrs • M
A loving heart is the beginning of all knowledge. - Thomas Carlyle
MEMBER
 31yrs • F
"every advance in knowledge faces us with the mystery of our own being"
MEMBER
 32yrs • F
Science is organized knowledge. Wisdom is organized life.
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 31yrs • F
"That all knowledge begins with experience, there can be no doubt..."
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 31yrs • M
"Life without knowledge is like death in disguise..." - MC HP
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 44yrs • M
"There is no knowledge that is not power"
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