The Value Of Knowledge

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Knowledge is defined as skills developed through experiences or education. It is more valuable in areas of knowledge like mathematics, natural science, human science when it is applied in the world. I think that ‘application’ of the knowledge, at the personal level, is it is a translation into behaviour. The value of knowledge can determine by different people in different ways. Value is the importance of something, it is used to determine whether something is useful and worthy. My knowledge question is “How do you determine the value of knowledge?”. The developed question is “To what extent can value be determined by sense perception, reasoning, memories and imagination?”.

I will use two areas of knowing to demonstrate the claim and
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These numbers are all successive numbers in the Fibonacci sequence. These numbers can be applied to the proportions of a rectangle, called the Golden rectangle. Those equations successfully demonstrate the importance of mathematics in the world. The value in math is absolute because it is measured using equations. Many buildings and artworks have the Golden Ratio in them too, such as the Parthenon in Greece. Because of the golden ratio and the historical background of the architect, it increased the value of the Parthenon as many people are interested in exploring this building. According to the mathematics magazine, they claim that the height of the columns is in a golden ratio proportion. As for the dividing line of the building to support the roof, there is a horizontal dividing line which is exactly the same as the dividing line in the golden ratio proportion to support the…show more content…
It is because every individual gives the different value of knowledge according to their to their thoughts and experiences. Sense perception and imagination are the main factors to affect our interpretations towards arts. So how Sense Perception affect how we interpret art? When using our sense perception to evaluate an art piece, there are three stages, the first stage is when you are viewing a piece of artwork for the first time, you will recall your sense perception to analysis the art piece. For example our basic primary senses, sight, smell, taste, touch and sound. The second stage is we will use our perceptions on what we have seen before to understand and determine the value of the artwork. The third stage is taking this elementary or basic understanding, we build on it by recording information that we’ve encountered, the material we’ve learned in daily life and experiences that we have had to come to the final interpretation of the artwork, the final and finished product of the one’s interpretation of
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