- In this way beliefs and values are denied their claim to be real knowledge.
- Literature is introduced as follows:" Real knowledge and appreciation of Literature come only from first-hand study of the works of great writers.
- He had stubbornness and tenacity, but no real knowledge of the development or maintenance of cars; Emerson, who did, was constantly frustrated and increasingly disaffected.
|scientific knowledge||24.97||Scientific knowledge of society|
|local knowledge||21.95||Developing local knowledge|
|personal knowledge||21.11||[Personal knowledge.]|
|general knowledge||17.76||And it's general knowledge.|
|common knowledge||15.92||A mass of common knowledge.|
|detailed knowledge||14.75||It assumes a detailed knowledge of the computer system being used.|
|human knowledge||13.24||Human knowledge is as yet unable to predict such changes.|
|new knowledge||12.90||New knowledge|
|technical knowledge||12.23||lack of technical knowledge or skill.|
|prior knowledge||11.90||Prior knowledge of low ebbs|