„That which is accepted as knowledge today is sometimes discarded tomorrow.“
Consider knowledge issues raised by this statement in two areas of knowledge.
To what Extent is new knowledge better than old knowledge and therefore can knowledge be permanent?
To answer this question, one first has to consider that knowledge as such varies on the point of perspective, since there are many ways of knowing. As for example Reasoning and Sense Perception. Reasoning is something we use whenever we tend to make a decision, therefore the interpretation of the word “Reason” can vary in the slightest form. Our sense of reason is usually decided by our instinct as we decide almost unconsciously depending on the sort of experience we have had before. Reason is the way of connecting past experiences with each other using explanation, justification and judging. Sense Perception on the other hand is the primary way of how we interact with the rest of the world. Before we can use any of the other ways of knowing, we tend to use our own senses. I would interpret Perception to be the ability to pick out something through any of the different senses, such as smelling, seeing, hearing or touching. Our human memory then takes these perceived experiences and registers them. Using History and Maths as my two areas of knowledge, I am going to be able to analyse my Topic from two different points of views. In my Opinion History is the study and/or record of past events. However what happened in the past can never be fully revealed and will therefore always maintain an assumption, therefore History can most likely never be fully proven. On the other hand Mathematics is a scientific study of measure, shape, structure, change and space. The study can be divided into many fields but all of them are based on facts, theories and formulas and they can be proven right. The use of these areas of knowledge When looking at this question, five main key words stick out. Accepted, Today,...
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