World Knowledge Information

 The WOK project was started by the founder Erik Bolinder in 2009. During several years he planned to create a system for social network based on learning and knowledge. After extensive travel around the World a team was found in Cairo for developing the first WOK related product called Workcraft.com, WOKquiz and WOKbattle in 2012-2013. All initial projects were cancelled and redeveloped in 2014 when the app Quiz King was launched.

World Knowledge does not necessarily mean geographical placements Or locations. It should be the knowledge of people of the world, their histories, cultures, and how people from a particular country came to that system of beliefs. Just like yours.

That way, you will understand how attitudes from people beyond your reach is an expansive addition to your knowledge. You will be able to interconnect how it came to existence and became the country's most important history for the memory. So, just read, read and read. If you can visit the country, the better. A personal experience says more.

World Knowledge is the often learned subconsciously, of things that book knowledge either hasn't figured out yet, or is too nuanced to summarize on paper. The hidden subtleties of psychology, preference, sociology, politics.

Knowledge is power and knowledge will set you free, but that's only if you learn the most valuable knowledge at the right time and in the right sequence, that is the key. This mistake knowledge relative. And you have to understand and comprehend knowledge correctly in order to benefit from knowledge. Knowledge is not something that you just give to someone and expect them to understand. Knowledge needs to be explained, and knowledge needs to be tested. And when this is accomplished, the true power of knowledge is revealed, and enlightenment becomes the driving force for lifelong learning and human development. Intelligence is the greatest high and the most powerful force behind human advancement and resilience. 

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Propositional Knowledge
Knowing "2 + 2 = 4" is an example of propositional knowledge, which is also known as descriptive knowledge. Analytic philosophy regards it as the paradigmatic form of knowledge. Because it involves a relation to a proposition, propositional knowledge is propositional in that sense. Since that-clauses are frequently used to express propositions, it is also known as knowledge-that, as in "Akari knows that kangaroos hop.". In this instance, Akari is in a knowing relation to the proposition that "kangaroos hop.". Knowing who is coming to dinner and why they are coming are two closely related examples of know-wh. Since they can typically be paraphrased using a that-clause, these expressions are typically regarded as types of propositional knowledge. According to conventional wisdom, only relatively advanced creatures, like humans, possess the ability to have propositional knowledge. This is based on the argument that one must have highly developed intellectual abilities to accept a proposition that describes how the world works.

Knowledge that is active, such as knowledge that is currently on someone's mind, is referred to as concurrent knowledge. Dispositional knowledge, on the other hand, is kept in reserve in a person's mind and is not currently used in cognitive processes. In this context, it alludes to the simple capacity to gain access to the necessary data. A person may have known all their life that cats have whiskers, for instance. In most cases, this knowledge is dispositional. Once the individual actively considers cats' whiskers, it starts to happen. Similar categorization is frequently brought up in relation to beliefs as the distinction between occurrent and dispositional beliefs.

Non-Propositional Knowledge
Knowledge that does not necessarily relate to a proposition is known as non-propositional knowledge. Knowledge-how (also known as procedural knowledge) and knowledge gained through acquaintance are the two most well-known types. "Know-how" refers to a type of practical talent or ability. It is described as having the necessary competence. Knowing how to swim or ride a bike are a couple of examples. Although this is not always the case, some of the skills that underlie know-how may also involve knowledge-that, such as the ability to prove a mathematical theorem. Contrary to propositional knowledge, some types of practical knowledge do not call for a highly developed mind. Practical knowledge is more widespread in the animal kingdom in this regard. For instance, even though it probably doesn't have a mind developed enough to relate to the corresponding proposition by resembling it, an ant knows how to walk.
The two types of knowledge are closely related.
Contrary to explicit knowledge, tacit knowledge is knowledge that cannot be fully expressed or explained.

Knowing someone by acquaintance means being familiar with them as a result of having personal contact with them. A person or a typical object can be this person. By using a direct object instead of a that-clause, it is typically expressed linguistically. Therefore, when someone says they know Wladimir Klitschko personally, they are not saying they are aware of a specific fact about him but rather that they had a particular type of contact with him. It is a relation to a specific person in this sense rather than a relation to a proposition. In Bertrand Russell's epistemology, acquaintance-based knowledge is a key concept. He compares it to propositional knowledge that is based on descriptions rather than direct perceptual experience, or knowledge by description. The question of whether knowledge can be acquired through acquaintance in its unadulterated, non-propositional form is, however, a source of some debate. In this regard, some theorists, such as Peter D. Dot Klein, have proposed that it can be viewed as a specific kind of propositional knowledge that is only expressed in a grammatically distinct manner.



  

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