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TOPIC 5 our knowledge is only a collection of scraps and fragments that we put together into a pleasing design and often the discovery of one new fragment would cause us to alter utterly the whole design Morris Bishop To what extent is this true in history and one other area of knowledge Humans have different mindsets their knowledge is formed in a designated construction which shapes ones understanding of the world around us today The way in which this knowledge has been shaped today is due to the type of knowledge that has been acquired from a combination of personal experiences and the information received from the areas of knowledge However our knowledge can be re-evaluated with the discovery of certain information altering our previous knowledge which may then cause us to alter our design The truth behind knowledge truth in my opinion can be classified into universally-accepted facts that can always be proven to be accurate also truths can be heavily based on belief and rely on personal interpretation As human beings we are constantly searching for this higher level of knowledge truth whether it is in the sciences in our own lives or in religion Is it possible to gain knowledge even with problems of selection and truth It remains significant to distinguish between a pleasing design where a piece of work brings satisfaction in its model and a whole design which constitutes a framework thats completely molded to completion with a certainty While a pleasing design can bring satisfaction it isnt always true and reliable and can be altered to a displeasing design Essentially one would contrast collection of fragments which can be like my old box of memories that Ive collected throughout the years to discovery of fragments a piece of treasure that can be added to a pile of others While one is a bunch of objects that have been designated there level of
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