Formation of Knowledge and Definition of Knowledge

Knowledge is  the name given to the product arising from the relationship established between the knowing entity  (subject)  and the known entity  (object) . More precisely, the subject (subject) is interpreting the object (object), making a judgment or explanation about itis  called information .

There is a wide variety of opinions about what information is. We can start with the most common and easy to understand. Through sensory organs, people perceive the environment and the universe in which they live. In this perception, there are two basic elements called “subject” (subject) and “object” (object). The subject knows, that is, human; objects are known entities.

Information is often   defined as the product of the relationship between the knowing subject and the known object . In this definition, the subject refers to an active human being; the object is the passive entity to which the subject is oriented. In addition, information flow (link) refers to activities such as perception, thinking, understanding and explanation.

An active person is conscious and purposefully directed to an object, making it the subject. The information flow relationship is established between the subject and the object to which the subject is directed and information is formed as a result of this relationship.

Knowledge is what is the product of the relationship established between the subject and the object as a result of the intended orientation of the subject.

See also:

–  What’s the information flow?

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