Chapter 26

Scientific Foundations of Knowledge

Chapter Summary

In this chapter, we propose that knowledge can be initially designed like any scientific object such a rudimentary automobile, airplane, or spacecraft. The premise is based on the theme that a specific body of knowledge rests on the embedded noun objects and the structural relation between these key-groups of knowledge centric objects (KCOs). The events, interactions, and forces in the society alter such KCOs and their structural relationships. The design of knowledge deploys a very pragmatic approach that knowledge based on these key objects, their interrelationships, and their interactions can be processed by knowledge machines. To this extent, we follow pragmatism (see Rows 5 and ...

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