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What is knowledge and what are its limitations?

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Knowledge is what humans acquire by learning in any manner. It is limited only by man's lack of a desire to learn. Even that is not limited in the strict sense of the word as if man does not learn something because he does not have the desire to, he may learn that very thing from life itself (called the School of Hard Knocks).

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Great! but can this be expanded into a 1000+ word paper that includes how evidence is "strong" enough and its limits?
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I know I could do it easy....but I am not one for a loss of words as anyone on here can tell you. I also write some as a hobby (thankfully I am retired so I do not have to look for that rejection slip...lol).

Now go get with that paper....Good luck!!
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There are two types of knowledge. Worldly knowledge that are common to man the things you learn. Then there is Godly knowledge that deals with the Spirit world and the things of God.

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To have knowledge is to know something. It's limits are boundless.

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Great! but can this be expanded into a 1000+ word paper that includes how evidence is "strong" enough and its limits?
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Well? good luck.
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Smart -- is knowing things. You can memorize stuff and be "smart."
Knowledge -- is understanding what you have learned. That takes studying.
Wisdom -- is knowing what to do with your knowledge. This takes experience.

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Knowledge is things we learn throught life. It's only real limit is how much info we can store in our brain. There is a limit to how much you can learn.

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