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Essay | What Is Knowledge?

Kim Addonizio
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What Is Knowledge?

Summary: An essay answering the open ended question of, "What is knowledge?"
Knowledge: n. The act of understanding: clear perception of truth. Looking at this definition of knowledge from The Webster's Dictionary, one may wonder how the prime motivation of the human race in all of its endeavors is summed up by a two-syllable word with a rather vague definition. Knowledge to some is a confusing subject, often being the victim of blame and ignorance by those who do not possess as large an amount as they throw around.

Knowledge is power, truth, the ability to manipulate our world and something pure that will never be tainted. It may be said that some knowledge is not meant for man to possess because of the evil and destruction he may create with it, but if knowledge is pure in the respect the it cannot create evil in the eyes and morals of men, then it will never, and never has...

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