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    Nonaka and Takeuchi (1995) define knowledge as "beliefs and commitment (function of a particular stance, perspective or intention), action (to some end) and meaning (context specific and relational)." Whereas, Davenport and Probst (2000) refer knowledge as "the whole body of cognition's and skills that person uses to solve problems and based on data and information, it is always bound to persons." Knowledge is valuable intellectual asset to a firm captured by individual (Ahn and Chang, 2002; Sathasivam

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    Knowledge is the fact, information, or skill that is acquired by a person through experience or education. It can also be defined as the theoretical or practical understanding of a given subject. Knowledge can be acquired in different ways. The moment that we are speaking, reading, walking, or even giving an opinion to a certain topic can be considered as knowledge. We are unaware that we encounter knowledge in every moment of our lives. But as human beings, what is knowledge? How can we connect

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    Knowledge produced with difficulty triggers our emotion and reason, allowing for the knowledge to hold greater value. Do we truly only value knowledge when it is produced with difficulty? Knowledge is information we gain through experiences. Value is how important something is to us, how we receive and utilize this knowledge. The target Way of Knowings I chose are Emotion and Reason. The first Way of Knowing is Emotion. Emotion works in conjunction with our ethics and how our personal experiences

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    our memories we carry with us the knowledge we are gaining – the skills, our past experiences, and the shared knowledge we have developed informally and formally through our lives, to allow us to decide on what actions we take, and a direction on how we understand our world. Retainment allows us to build on the previous memories to generate a reasonably robust autobiographical narrative that weaves together events in our lives, respectable amount of factual knowledge about the things around us enable

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    First of all knowledge can be many things it can be facts, skill, or just simply information that is acquired by personal experiences or education. Knowledge is how we understand various concepts and ideas we face everyday. This question specifically refers to the knowledge that is produced. Producing means to create our own knowledge like in science, or coming to our own conclusions. It is more of a discovery one makes himself rather than memorizing some information and regurgitating it that would

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    One may firstly ask what knowledge is, according to the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, knowledge is basically defined as the information, skills, and understanding that one has gained through learning or experience. So this knowledge is simply produced or earned by an individual or more than one person so in other words knowledge is a product of an individual or group of people. This knowledge can be gained or acquired in various ways, it can be through use of one’s senses and this

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    Knowledge

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    Knowledge Knowledge can be interpreted in many different ways. Some may see knowledge as learned education. Others may see education as intelligence. None of these perspectives of knowledge are right or wrong. Every person is entitled to their own definition, source, and use of knowledge in their lives. I view knowledge as the wisdom and insight that one may acquire over time, by personal experiences and influences in life. Most of the basic knowledge acquired by people starting at a young age

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    role of uniform knowledge takes part (Uniform knowledge is base knowledge). And without acceptance of informal knowledge or base knowledge, we cannot create a knowledge claim( something that is believed to be true but its also open for debate or discussion. In other words its something that is right in our minds and we just want to assess how valid this knowledge is). There are several

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    prisoners knowing only what they are shown is symbolic of how a parent chooses what a child sees and learns. During the childhood stage of a human life the parent is in control of what their child learns and interacts with, therefore the child’s knowledge is limited to what the parent is willing to teach. It seems that even thought the prisoners in the cave are of adult stature they still are controlled like children. However, when one of the prisoners is released into the light he comes to realize

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    The Burden of Knowledge We live our lives based upon discoveries that others have made before us. The words of our elders influence the decisions we make. In 1597 Sir Frances Bacon claimed that knowledge is power and his words are understood by generations upon generations after. The more a person knows, the more aware they are of the world around them. It is rare that someone would not want to bear knowledge and wisdom. After reading Oedipus Rex’s first play, one can see why a person would be

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