• About Knowledge. What is knowledgeKnowledge types
  • Knowledge is all kinds of relations between subject and object. Philosophy; It is called dala epistemology which deals with the nature, origins and dimensions of knowledge.


  • Knowledge types
  • Existence; Multi-dimensional, versatile. Knowledge is also related to existence. For this reason, information is divided into various types in terms of area of interest, acquisition, subject object relation and information actuation.


  • Daily knowledge – Everyday knowledge 
  • It is just the way the external world is revealed through the sense organs. In the formation of this knowledge, the effects of experiences, experiences and observations are great. There is no gained knowledge on the basis of a particular method, nor does it have general validity. Example: When you see that a few green hands are sour; The “apples are sour” generalization can be reached. 
  • Everyday knowledge is practical information obtained from experiences. This information is based on a certain method, not the general knowledge obtained at the end of the cause-and-effect relationship.
  • It’s the subject.
  • The results are not exact.
  • Causality is not based on principle.


  • Technical data
  • It is information about building tools to meet basic needs of people and to facilitate daily life. Knowledge of technical information is useful. There are two types of technical information:
  • Technical knowledge based on everyday knowledge: It is based on the experiences of people in their daily life.
  • Technical knowledge based on scientific knowledge: Information about making tools by using scientific data and facilitating human life. Engineering and medicine enter this field.






  • Art knowledge
  • This concept of power is different from science and philosophy, not based on reason. It is based on emotion, enthusiasm and intuition. Art knowledge; Is an intriguing knowledge between the artist and the object he is heading to. The most important feature that distinguishes art from other types of information is that the medium used by the artist is different. Other types of information use words and terms for expression. The artist against it; Voice, color and various forms of the material. Expresses the object that it refers to as the subject.


  • Religious knowledge
  • It is the knowledge of the way God communicates to the people through the prophets through the revelation. It refers to the position of the person who is against the sacred. Religious knowledge is believed with absolute faith, not criticism. It would be right to consider such knowledge as belief.
  • It’s dogmatic.
  • The universal truth is explained by the supernatural power or the existence of forces.


  • Scientific knowledge
  • Scientific method and knowledge obtained about the existence through reasoning. Scientific knowledge uses hypothesis theory to generate hypotheses on phenomena and test them. The hypotheses passing on the experimental tests participate in the distribution of scientific knowledge.
  • The sciences are divided into three groups:
  • Formal sciences: logic, mathematics
  • Natural sciences: physics, chemistry, biology, geography, geology, astronomy …
  • Human sciences: psychology, sociology, anthropology, economics
  • Scientific knowledge features:
  • It is objective. The individual is not the same as the individual but is the same for everyone.
  • It’s universal. Science is the property of any nation, not the property of the race, but the whole humanity.
  • It is based on reason and logic. Scientific is intelligent.
  • It progresses cumulatively.
  • Systematic and organized.
  • The grade is open. On the contrary, when evidence is shown, scientific knowledge may lose its validity.


  • Philosophical knowledge
  • It is the last thought that can not be doubted on a journey of thinking that starts with suspicion.
  • Knowledge in philosophical sense is defined as the right faith justified since Plato’s Theatethus dialogue. Knowledge is different from what is likely to be true or false. Knowledge is a belief or a claim having sufficient justifications for its correctness.
  • Philosophical knowledge features:
  • It’s the subject.
  • It is a critic.
  • It is based on reason.
  • Every problem passes through the strainer of your mind.
  • There are no completeness or certainty in your explanations.
  • Systematic, organized and unified knowledge
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