Knowledge has more value than mere true belief – Plato. Knowledge, according to the Oxford Dictionary, is facts, information, and skills acquired through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject.
The word knowledge comes from the word KNOW, rooted from the Latin (g)noscere – to know – and cognates from the Germanic acknowledge. Knowledge is also explained as “the sum of what is known: the transmission of knowledge.”
Knowledge is not only information, it also is acknowledgment. The transfer of knowledge often starts with a simple little question: Did you know? And once you have asked the question you will gladly share your information and acknowledge the source, won’t you? This is what we are trying to do here.
“Did you know?” is one of the most used phrases in any language. With good reason. All knowledge is valuable. Your knowledge is valuable. Stay in the loop, stay informed, keep asking questions, keep sharing your knowledge.
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