Knowledge Exists On A Barometer
Continuously shifting depending on who you are talking to.
Treating knowledge as concrete (a noun) suggests there is a specific point at which what you know becomes an absolute truth. When knowledge becomes a process, a fluid verb instead of a concrete noun, our worldview changes.
Knowing more about a subject doesn’t necessarily mean that you are right. We need to be able to measure the quality of information we possess.
Architect. I design buildings ... and myself.
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