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 , updated on February 11, 2023
Knowledge is meaning that can be understood by humans. This includes your talents, experiences and thoughts. Knowledge also includes any information sources that you can use to find meaning. Knowledge need not pertain to cold factual information and includes elements of the human experience such as imagination, emotion and stories. The following are things that can be considered knowledge.
Analysis
Analytics
Artworks
Assessments
Attitudes
Blueprints
Books
Calculations
Case Studies
Catalogues
Census
Charts
Classes
Comic books
Concepts
Conferences
Cultural capital
Data
Debates
Demonstrations
Designs
Discussions
Documents
Drawings
Dreams
Emails
Emotional Intelligence
Entertainment media
Experiences
Experiment results
Expert Opinions
Facts
Feedback
Films
Forecasts
Graphs
Historical Accounts
Historical artifacts
Human capital
Information environments
Informational media
Interviews
Journals
Know-how
Knowledge of performance e.g. feedback
Knowledge of results e.g. report card
Known unknowns - knowing what you don't know
Language
Lists
Manuals
Maps
Measurements
Meetings
Memories
Messages
Mission
Models
Music
Mythology
News
Norms
Notes
Observations
Opinions
Patents
Perceptions
Performances
Photographs
Pictures
Plans
Polls
Principles
Professional competencies
Publications
Reports
Research papers
Reviews
Sensor Readings
Situated knowledge - from a viewpoint
Skills
Social Constructs
Specifications
Speeches
Stories
Strategies
Surveys
Symbols
Tacit knowledge
Talents
Textbooks
Theories
Thesis
Thoughts
Timelines
Trade-secrets
Traditions
Training Sessions
Transcripts
Vision
Visuals
Workshops
Writing
Art is knowledge because it can transmit meaning.
Tacit knowledge is anything that you can't properly learn from a book e.g. how to sail.
Cultural capital is what you know about a culture.
Human capital is knowledge with future productive value.
Overview: Knowledge
Type
Definition
Meaning that can be understood by humans.
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Knowledge

This is the complete list of articles we have written about knowledge.
A Posteriori
A Priori
Anti-Information
Artifact
Artificial Knowledge
Background Knowledge
Body Of Knowledge
Classification
Data
Defensive Publication
Disinformation
Dispersed Knowledge
Domain Knowledge
Filter Bubble
Half-life Of Knowledge
Independent Knowledge
Information
Information Asymmetry
Know-how
Knowledge
Knowledge Capital
Knowledge Economy
Knowledge Gap
Knowledge Loss
Knowledge Management
Knowledge Processes
Knowledge Product
Knowledge Quality
Knowledge Use
Knowledge Velocity
Knowledge Waste
Known Unknowns
Meta Knowledge
Myth
Originality
Pessimistic Induction
Prior Art
Qualitative Data
Situated Knowledge
Storytelling
Tacit Knowledge
Traditional Knowledge
Types Of Knowledge
Uncertainty Principle
Understanding
Unknown Unknowns
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