Musings on Information and Knowledge
THE FIRST SYMPOSIUM QUESTION IS, â€œIS THERE AN IMPORTANT distinction between information and knowledge?â€ Of course, it depends on what is meant by these terms. An advantage (disadvantage?) of formal reasoning is that there, that kind of question does not arise. You must first define your terms, and then itâ€™s usually easy to tell whether there is or is not an important distinction. Some people might say that even informally, the question has no substance until youâ€™ve said what you mean
Volume (Year): 2 (2005)
Issue (Month): 1 (April)
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