A MEANING OF KNOWING

Both you and I, as separate individuals, come to know, respectively.

I will use the 1st person plural pronoun form us when discussing the internal process by which we all come to know something new.  All homo sapiens develop a perceptual  algorithmical apparatus that we derive for ourselves in an attempt to approximate our personal and internal/etic understanding of what it means to know a thing.  Unceasingly, all of us are trying to get as close as possible to a fuller, more elucidated map and definitions of the cultural domains of knowledge.  Another way to say cultural domain of knowledge is ‘those areas of semantic space within which meaning is culturally assigned to varying degrees relative scus to perceive pattern and meaning when presented with a veritable melee of assailing stimuli (soundwaves, air current, language,

WHAT IS MEANT BY KNOWING: (1)conversion of stimuli to sensation and the subsequent conversion of sensation to perception  the domains of knowledge that

The collective, interactive we, (we = the epiphenomenon occurring when you and I engage our individual intelligences (the cultural mores, our idiosyncratic constructions of all the cultural domains that comprise and inform our perceptual apparati) in meaningful ways.  

Noise is what initially occurs if I use only my words to communicate meaning to someone else and this someone only speaks languages completely foreign to me.

Talking is only accomplished if the speaker and listener are “on the same wave length.”

Talking is the doorway to another realm wherein meaning procreates (two individuals engage their individual perceptions and systems of perceiving.  The two individuals are taking a leap of faith and assuming that their respective, conscious worlds are sufficiently similar such that the listener is close enough in   , celebratory , consolidation, and I COME TO KNOW-MY UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT IT IS TO KNOW WHAT IS MEANT BY ANY GIVEN THING-REVELATION, FLUIDITY, PLACE HOLDERS AND SUBSTITUTE PLAYERS.  I COME TO KNOW CULTURAL DOMAINS OF COMMUNICATION (OF WHICH THERE ARE AN INFINITE NUMBER OF, FUZZILY BOUNDED SPACES COMPRISING INDIVIDUAL DOMAINS OF KNOWLEDGE.

1. .DOES KNOWLEDGE HAVE TO BE TRUE.

2. KNOWLEDGE IS OBTAINED YET ALREADY AND ALWAYS AFTER PRESENT IN ME.

  1. Of What “i” Know, I Know.

  2. Of What “i” think, I think, I think

  3. On Knowing what knowing means and what it means to Know.

  4. On Knowing how to Study Knowing

  5. Of Knowing what is means to know what it is to study knowing.

  6. Who is I the Knowing = You

    1. An observable I that can come to be known

    2. The Unknowable I, the experience of being

VII.    Our Perception: what “we” see is how “i” come to know

VIII.    What “we” cannot know

IIX.    What I Cannot Know.

Author: writtencasey

I am fascinated by the scientific endeavor and I read about or engage with those processes as much as possible. I am a compulsive reader and writer. With a background in anthropology and as an arm-chair/backyard scientist, I hope to improve my writing skills and learn about any areas of weakness or misunderstanding in my analytic skills. I am excited to share. Thank you for spending time here. Please reach out if you are so inclined. I'd be excited to hear from you.

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