A wise man once said that knowledge was true opinion and another it was based on thought. In the Icelandic Dictionary, from 1963 says that knowledge is a skill, understanding, it to know, and secondly intelligence. While all of these definitions are in themselves good and valid, they are only other words for knowledge and shed no light on the actual knowledge. So the remaining question is, what knowledge actually is?
If we define knowledge, generally, it can be said that it is a collection of all that we have seen, heard, read and tried and stored in the memory of the brain. Knowledge is old memories.
Sometimes the knowledge is our own and sometimes others. It may be visual, auditory and experience alone and also it all at once.
We see the environment, people or other and make of it images in our minds, sometimes we hear others descriptions of what we see, which in turn has a formative effect on the image that we create. We have a variety of experiences stored in the memory. And we gather us information through magazines and books. All this knowledge we store then in our brain to trigger and use as needed.
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