Knowledge Science: The Great Big Beautiful Puzzle

Dennis Thomas, Feb 02, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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This is a view of knowledge and learning that I think is wrong (and would argue has been disproven in application) but which is nonetheless believed - either implicitly or explicitly - by many. The idea is that all knowledge can be understood conceptually a nd semantically, and that it all fits a giant puzzle explaining the universe, which can be understood using "time-tested a priori knowledge."

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