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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Martin Notetaker on Saturday September 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Chemistry 001 at University of California - Merced taught by Mark Vidensek in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views.


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Date Created: 09/03/16
Joseph Martin  Core 1 Friday  Tom Hothman @ September 2016 What do we Know? Three Movements:  ­How knowledge accrues  ­What do we know?  We began comprising a list with aspects of life we know about  After we made the list of known we created the unknown list  Love isn’t real, we are all going to die,  Why do we have to die, what’s inside a big mac Deductions from Knowledge vs Unknown  Popular Culture was the most popular topic on the list  Known was greater than unknown (which shows a pattern that it is easier to talk about  what we know)  Known topics were concise compare to vague unknowns  Each statement followed a train of thought ( we are influenced by people’s thoughts,  questions and findings)  Main point­ expansion in knowledge is effected by the popular of the subject   Of course there where things some knew others did. What did this exercise do?   We created a catalog of data.  Patterns emerge that can characterize aa population  What we know structures what we don’t   We can discuss what we can’t name  Common and arcane knowledge can qualify the former and elevate the latter  Knowledge is contextually/historically specific   These studies open other fields of knowledge  Formula of Knowledge  Precision + Congruence = Knowledge  Types of Knowledge   Traditional/Textbook  “Street Smarts”  Practical (Experience) Knowledge  Skills  Trivia  Detail­Oriented  Conceptual   Instinct   Admission  Meta­Knowledge  Leisure  Wit  Folk (past down from generations)  Faith (see things not seen)  The myth of Thoth  Writing can make you forgot  Writing makes you more ignorant because you do not think about what you write


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