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Any piece of knowledge is linked to all pieces of knowledge

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Introduction

Any piece of knowledge is linked to all pieces of knowledge I do agree with this suggestion. Based on the experience I have had, and the things I have been told. Knowledge is defined asexpertise, and skills acquired by a person through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject, what is known in a particular field or in total; facts and information or awareness or familiarity gained by experience of a fact or situation. Knowledge is infinite. There are different kinds of knowledge, communicating knowledge, situated knowledge, practical knowledge, biological meaning of knowledge and religious meaning of knowledge. All these different leagues of knowledge are very different but very close to each other at the same time. ...read more.

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As we have been told, life started on this world as a single cell, and through years of change, life has taken form in very different ways, but the core of all beings are all the same and we are all linked together by our roots of life. Next I am going to try to prove that knowledge is linked together by its roots too. Our intelligence is our ability to recall and learn from the past, perceive and assess the unique circumstances of the present moment, imagine and predict likely futures and then act on the results of our forecasts to promote our survival and well being. True intelligence is inherently pro-survival and pro-human. The first signs of intelligence on this planet date back to 200,000 years ago, where studies of molecular biology give evidence that the ...read more.

Conclusion

And then the pattern continues, life changes for them so they need to develop to survive. Forming new pieces of knowledge is crucial for them to survive so knowledge is linked together by its purpose. But this point can be challenged by religions and belief. Science has solved many of the world's wonders, but there are still things that science can not explain, so we have a reason not to rely on science. For example, Christianity is a religion that we are most familier with, and the main point the Bible is trying to make is worship virtue and disdain all sins. But the use of knowledge in this circumstance is also because of its purpose, to teach people how to behave and make the society a more peaceful place.Either if it comes from a scientific point of view or a religious view, knowledge is linked together by its purpose. ...read more.

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