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that which is known; the sum of what has been perceived, discovered, or inferred

known facts, ideas, and skill that have been imparted

that which is known about a specific subject or situation

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Like Alcibiades he is inspired with an ardent desire of knowledge, and is equally willing to learn of Socrates and of the Sophists.
In the Meno the subject is more developed; the foundations of the enquiry are laid deeper, and the nature of knowledge is more distinctly explained.
In the Republic the relation of knowledge to virtue is described in a manner more consistent with modern distinctions.
The problems of virtue and knowledge have been discussed in the Lysis, Laches, Charmides, and Protagoras; the puzzle about knowing and learning has already appeared in the Euthydemus.
Through communication and training, everybody achieves a general understanding of the benefits of knowledge sharing.
The ABC Research Foundation's research team organizes intangible assets (goods and competencies) in three categories that correlate with the corporate bottom line: human capital (experiences and expertise of people who produce knowledge), relational capital (the connectivity and exchange process-knowledge production) and structural capital (organizational infrastructure that allows connectivity to take place--the knowledge production process enabler).
It presupposes that learners can build knowledge by arguing what is known as "argumentative knowledge construction" (see, for example, Leitao, 2001).
With the help of adolescent peer sexuality educators, researchers assessed levels of STD knowledge among youth present in waiting areas at a children's hospital in Philadelphia from April 1996 through February 1998.
Construction of such a framework leads to an approach to theory building and research that more accurately mirrors the role of disciplines, the influence of social factors on the construction of personal and social knowledge, and the research process.
You're expected to knowingly nod your head at the mention of such terms as intellectual capital, knowledge management, human capital, organizational learning, intellectual property and knowledge sharing -- even if you're not quite sure what they mean.
Today's challenge lies with turning information into knowledge and managing that knowledge.
Oracle DBAs are earning top dollars in today's marketplace," explains Randy Ramos, Oracle8i course director for Global Knowledge.
Knowledge management (KM) is about capitalizing on these precious assets.
Today, the most common reasons companies initiate knowledge management projects are for growing revenue and profit, retaining key talent and expertise, and improving customer services," says Greg Dyer, senior research analyst with IDC's Knowledge Management program.
Collaborative knowledge management has been introduced to make up for these shortages (Wiig, 1997).
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