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The Strengths and Weaknesses of the Ways of Knowing

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Lisa Ko

on 7 September 2012

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Transcript of The Strengths and Weaknesses of the Ways of Knowing

By Lisa Ko, Julie Kim, and Dong Min Park The Strengths and Weaknesses
of the Ways of Knowing Language Sense
Perception Reason http://selfishgiving.com/cause-practices/role-emotion-cause-marketing Emotion Conclusion Strengths Weaknesses First-hand experiences and primary evidences
Active recording
Tend to believe more Strengths Weaknesses Use logical process to analyze
Can make a valid argument
Provides reasons for explaining the cause
Can go beyond the apprehension of the limits of perception Strengths Weaknesses Low amount of psychological suppression
The fastest way of attaining knowledge
Plays an important role in social interaction Strengths Weaknesses Faster and better communication
Sharing of our thoughts and feelings
Useful in many areas of knowledge Speak different language
Misunderstanding due to ambiguity
Lies and fallacies
Difficult translation Inaccurate interpretation of the observations of the world
Subject to interpretation
Optical illusions
Very sensitive and easily damageable
Influence of cultural and social background Too subjective
Inaccurate and unreliable
Inconsistent False generalization
Influenced by emotion
Relies on sense perception
Logical fallacies http://www.learningrxblog.com/blog/2010/06/29/logic-and-reasoning-skill-test/ http://marketingsciences.co.in/blog/category/social-media/ http://www.lackuna.com/2012/06/14/5-language-developments-which-shaped-history/
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