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Knowledge Management:The Death of Wisdom by Arnold Kransdorff

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Notes

Author’s Credentials

1.Kransdorff (1998).

2.Kransdorff (2006b).

Chapter 1

1.G. Santayana, The Life of Reason, Prometheus Books (1998).

2.Groningen Growth and Development Centre and The Conference Board, Total Economy Database, August 2004.

3.An early sports example of modern experiential learning goes back to the 1930s when a heavyweight boxer was explaining on BBC Radio how he had beaten his opponent. One of his throwaway lines in the archive crackle was that he had spent time examining the newsreel footage of his opponent’s previous fight and, from that, was able to derive a strategy to beat his adversary.

4.The word knowledge comes from the Saxon word cnaw-lec. The suffix lec has become, in modern English, -like. So, knowledge means ...

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