Human is a multi-faceted entity.
This allows people to relate to different abstract and concrete beings. Therefore, it is not necessary to speak of one kind of knowledge, but many kinds of knowledge. It is possible to explain this as follows: To think about existence and to understand the purpose of life; scientific knowledge in order to understand the world and society in which they live; technical knowledge to know how to transform objects that exist in nature into tools; he needed art knowledge to develop his sense of beauty and appreciation, and religious knowledge to purify.
Each of these is different types of information. Perhaps the only thing they have in common is that they are the result of the relationship between the subject and the object. Let us now recognize and explain the generally accepted types of information:
- What is everyday information?
- What is religious knowledge?
- What is technical information?
- What is art knowledge?
- What is scientific knowledge?
- What is Philosophy?
You can also review the table below to provide an overview of the types of information. This table contains illustrative examples of how information is reached by type of information and whether the information is personal or general.