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Developing Knowledge: Spiraling Ways for Individuals and Society
American Journal of Science and Technology
Vol.3 , No. 6, Publication Date: Jan. 12, 2017, Page: 174-189
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Authors
 
[1]    

Vladimir Romanenko, Head of Scientific Council-North-Western Branch of Academy of Information Technologies in Education, Office of Сouncil, Saint-Petrsburg, Russia.

[2]    

Galina Nikitina, General Scientific Secretary, Vice-Chairman of North-Western Branch of Academy of Information Technologies in Education, Office of Council, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

 
Abstract
 

The structure and development of humankind knowledge is investigated. The new type of knowledge named Acquired knowledge was described. The factors which affect the knowledge such as its convolution and slow disappearance and replacement of facts are discussed. The sketch of humankind knowledge is depicted. Repeated standard stages of knowledge development are studied. The spiraling way of several basic processes connected with development of humankind knowledge is studied. The main types of integration of new knowledge in its system are revealed and described. The steps of Creative Destruction of knowledge are also discussed.


Keywords
 

Acquired Knowledge, External Memory, Cognitive Stress, Group Knowledge, Knowledge Convolution, Personal Knowledge, Primitive Knowledge Core, Unconscious Knowledge


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