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Context of Awareness

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Context of Awareness
It occurred to me today, that certain things can only be put in context by knowledge of certain topics, an awareness is a product of context.

This was inspired by me thinking that someone devoid of any deep study of science would have trouble being able to describe what the Universe is made of.

I believe science can only get you so far, but that without science, as a basis for evidence, all becomes opinion, and any context coming from history, which can be told from many different viewpoints.

What do you think? (To be aware of certain contexts, does it require at least a basic understanding of science?)

With someone relatively devoid of context, can they truly be aware of something, and know what they are aware of?

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