Knowledge Society

  • General
    Knowledge Transformation

    Knowledge and it’s types

    Knowledge Knowledge is a shared collection of principles, facts, skills, and rule. More specifically, organizational knowledge aids decision-making, behavior, and actions, and is primarily developed from the knowledge of individuals within the organization. Firms strive to generate superior knowledge that, if appropriately managed, results in superior performance.  Thus, knowledge is, arguably, the single most important source of core competence. Davenport and Prusak (1998) define the…

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  • English

    Scientific Knowledge.

    What Is Scientific Knowledge? The purpose of science is to create scientific knowledge.  Scientific knowledge refers to a generalized body of laws and theories to explain a phenomenon or behaviour of interest that are acquired using the scientific method.  Laws are observed patterns of phenomena or behaviours, while theories are systematic explanations of the underlying phenomenon or behaviour.  For instance, in physics, the Newtonian Laws…

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    What is Knowledge

    Knowledge Knowledge is not a fresh concept, from very early times people have communicated knowledge from one generation to next, in the form of songs, stories, narrations, skills, and so on. Knowledge enriches as we share; it never gets depleted like other resources. Knowledge is playing a key differentiator role in today’s scenario, which is embarking a new era as compared to a period where…

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  • Classification

    Knowledge Classification

    Meaning of Knowledge Classification? The universe of knowledge consists of an infinite number of entries which are now unknown. Those which are unknown will become known in future. Therefore, a scheme of classification should have Infinite hospitality to accommodate newly entries are array and chains. Special features of Knowledge Classification: Knowledge classification is a basis of Book Classification. Classification starts with knowledge. If there is…

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    Knowledge society definition

    What is the Knowledge Society? knowledge Society: The term knowledge society refers to a society in which the creation, dissemination, and utilization of information and knowledge has become the most important factor of production. In such a society, knowledge assets are the most powerful producer of wealth, sidelining the importance of land, the volume of labour, and physical or financial capital. The term knowledge society…

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    Characteristics and Indicators of Knowledge Society

    A knowledge society is one that creates, shares, and uses knowledge for the prosperity and well-being of its people. A knowledge society is believed to have the following characteristics: Its members have attained a higher average standard of education in comparison to other societies and a growing proportion of its labour forces are employed as knowledge workers. Its industry produces products with integrated artificial intelligence.…

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    Types of Knowledge

    Types of Knowledge: Philosophers typically divide knowledge into three categories: i. Personal, ii. Procedural, and iii.Propositional. It is the last of these, propositional knowledge, that primarily concerns philosophers. However, understanding the connections between the three types of knowledge can be helpful in clearly understanding what is and what is not being analyzed by the various theories of knowledge. 1. Personal Knowledge: The first type of knowledge is…

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    The Tripartite Theory of Knowledge

    The Tripartite Theory of Knowledge: There is a tradition that goes back as far as Plato that holds that three conditions must be satisfied in order for one to possess knowledge. This account, known as the tripartite theory of knowledge, analyses knowledge as justified true belief. The tripartite theory says that if you believe something, with justification, and it is true, then you know it;…

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