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The difference between scientific knowledge and other types of knowledge

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The difference between scientific knowledge and other types of knowledge

  1. Science and other ways of knowing
    From what was said, it would seem that science is a way of knowing the world isolated from others, while ensuring the greatest reliability and effectiveness of knowledge. This is only to a certain extent; in many ways, science is associated with other forms of cognition; as for reliability, in some cases science - in the established tradition of approaching it - is forced
  2. SCIENCE AND OTHER WAYS OF KNOWLEDGE
    From what was said, it might have seemed that science is a way of knowing the world isolated from others, while ensuring the greatest reliability and effectiveness of knowledge. This is only to a certain extent; in many ways, science is associated with other forms of cognition; as for reliability, in some cases science - in the established tradition of approaching it - is forced
  3. The theory of knowledge J. Piaget.
    The period of childhood is continuous knowledge. Cognition is defined as the process of acquiring knowledge in the broad sense, starting with perception, continuing with memorization, decision and judgment. The outstanding Swiss psychologist J. Piaget (Jan Piaget, 1896 - 1980), who studied the psychology of the development of intelligence, is sure that the development of cognition (the cognitive function of the child) occurs in
  4. Forms of knowledge
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  5. The algorithm of knowledge of the outside world
    In this conversation, we will study and add to the arsenal of our knowledge one more technique that helps to solve the task of super-attention training: the algorithm of cognition of the outside world in the Ultrarapid mode. What is Ultra Rapid? We read in the Ultra-Rapid mode, we act in the Ultra-Rapid mode, we think in the Ultra-Rapid mode, we make decisions in the Ultra-Rapid mode. This means: in mode
  6. Sources of military-psychological knowledge: approaches to analysis and evaluation
    The modern development of military psychological research is characterized by profound changes and new trends, not only in their dynamics, but also in the comprehension of their results, which serve simultaneously as a source base for further scientific research. In other words, a reorientation is planned in the analysis of the historiographic basis of military psychology towards the adequacy of reality and its objectivity
  7. Sociocultural context of acmeological knowledge
    At the end of the XX century. and on the eve of the third millennium in the event of global crisis problems - environmental, demographic, social - the search for new opportunities and resources for their rational solution becomes especially acute. One of the constructive ways for this is related to the creation of innovative high technologies, not only in the traditional manufacturing field, but also in
  8. Sociocultural context of acmeological knowledge
    At the end of the XX century. and on the eve of the third millennium in the event of global crisis problems - environmental, demographic, social - the search for new opportunities and resources for their rational solution becomes especially acute. One of the constructive ways for this is related to the creation of innovative high technologies, not only in the traditional manufacturing field, but also in
  9. The main directions of knowledge of the subject of military psychology
    The period of the beginning and the middle of the XIX century, associated with the great combat experience of the Russian army on the southern borders of the country, in Central Asia, the reflection of aggression in Kamchatka, Arkhangelsk. This made it possible not only to generalize, but also to develop military-psychological systems that are developed in the works of N.D. Butovsky, I. Maslov, M.I. Dragomirov and especially L.N. Tolstoy. Note that only for incomplete 70
  10. Conversation Six. DEVELOPMENT OF ATTENTION AND MEMORY IN THE PROCESS OF KNOWING THE EXTERNAL WORLD
    Conversation Six. DEVELOPMENT OF ATTENTION AND MEMORY IN THE PROCESS OF KNOWING EXTERNAL
  11. External and internal genital organs, their anatomical and histological structure and species features in cows, sheep, pigs, mares and female animals of other species
    Structural features of the genitals of a cow Genital organs of females are divided into external and internal. External include the labia, clitoris and vestibule of the vagina; to the internal - the vagina, uterus, egg-water, ovaries. The labia have the appearance of two ridges. The lower junction of the labia forms an acute angle, the upper is rounded. Slightly inward from the lower labia
  12. The development of other types of productive activities
    Constructive activity. Designing is a purposeful process, which results in a certain real product. In this regard, constructive activity is similar to other types of productive activity (drawing, modeling). At the same time, design makes specific demands. The child in the process of this activity begins to understand that to create one
  13. Taking material for histological, cytological and other types of research
    Histological, cytological and other types of studies are an important diagnostic stage in the study of a corpse, especially in the presence of infectious diseases. Pieces of tissue are excised from pathologically altered organs (tubercles, nodes, ulcers, abscesses, scars, etc.) (by making imprints on glass slides if necessary), capturing neighboring, unchanged or normal areas. Pieces not
  14. BRIEF CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME KINDS OF ANEMIA. (Markers of the main types of anemia).
    BRIEF CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME KINDS OF ANEMIA. (Markers of the main types
  15. The main scientific results obtained personally by the applicant, and their scientific novelty
    The dissertation was carried out as a psychological and acmeological study, which has an integrative character and is at the crossroads of philosophy, general and social psychology, acmeology, safety psychology, management psychology, political science, sociology, jurisprudence, social management, pedagogy and other branches of scientific knowledge. It is shown that a single problem space with
  16. Otitis media in other diseases classified elsewhere. H-67.8
    {foto72} Treatment outcome: Clinical criteria for improving the patient's condition: 1. Normalization of temperature. 2. Normalization of laboratory parameters. 3. Improving the clinical symptoms of the disease (pain, hearing loss, discharge from
  17. Otitis externa in other infectious and parasitic diseases classified elsewhere. H-62.3
    {foto53} Treatment outcome: Clinical criteria for improving the patient's condition: 1. Normalization of temperature. 2. Normalization of laboratory parameters. 3. Improving the clinical symptoms of the disease (pain, hearing loss, discharge from
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