Essay 12: “What it means ‘to know'”

The English language is unfortunately limited when we seek to express ourselves regarding the concepts of knowledge and knowing.  There isn’t just one type of knowing; we know variously.  We know facts, we know how to do things, we know people and places, and we know when something cannot or must be done.

In this essay, I walk us through some of the various ways of knowing, providing examples and hopefully inspiring the reader to look for more on their own – especially within innovation.

I encourage you to download this essay without charge directly via the University of Illinois’ digital archive by clicking here.

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