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“The range and diversity in many of these pages, the fresh perspectives on recurring themes the occupation of space, Book Blocs, police brutality, why knowledge for knowledge's sake matters, why EMA students need EMA, why the violence of state power is more shocking than a smashed TopShop window are compelling.”
“I had learned enough from the books to realize that I had touched only the hem of knowledge's garment.”
“I had learned enough from the books to realise that I had only touched the hem of knowledge's garment.”
“The passage suggests that knowledge for knowledge's sake is "labor lost" and any attempt to understand without adequate knowledge is counterproductive and even dangerous!”
“For those of you interested in the acquisition of knowledge -- forget the degree; we're just talking about knowledge for knowledge's sake -- you've gotta click here, then click here.”
“It provides knowledge we need not just for knowledge's sake but for practical benefit (our continued efforts to understand and predict changes in our climate, for example, depend on careful studies of the Earth from space, not to mention studies of the Sun and the environments of Venus and Mars) and it inspires.”
“The whole woeful situation began back with what are now retired curriculum developers and higher education specialists who deliberately and fashionably abandoned the cognitive and rote, the delights in knowledge for knowledge's sake and began the craze for specialization too early.”
“The whole woeful situation began back with what are now retired curriculum developers and higher education specialists who deliberately and fashionably abandoned the cognitive and rote, the delights in knowledge for knowledge's sake and the craze for specializatuon too early.”
“In his posthumous work Erkenntnislehre, Stumpf claims that the task of descriptive psychology differs from that of the theory of knowledge in that it studies the origin of concepts while the theory of knowledge's main task is questioning the origin and justification of knowledge, not the physiological causes, but the contents of acts (of judgment) and their relations to thought.”
“What struck me in the article was that Singapore is very explicit about it's goal, and that isn't knowledge for knowledge's sake.”
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