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WHAT DOES KNOWLEDGE LOOK LIKE?

AKA “EMPIRICAL EPISTEMOLOGY AND THE NATURE OF KNOWLEDGE”

 

 

Copyright December 21, 2006 5:33 PM CST

By Dr. Michael J. Bisconti

 

 

 

What does knowledge look like?  Well, first we need to define the expression “look like.”  When we say what something looks like we are saying:

 

What the appearance of a thing is to physical or nonphysical sight.

 

That being said, we can now report what knowledge looks like.  Here is the description of knowledge:

 

Knowledge is the terminus of psychical boundaries at which their force of thought is approlevistriptic.

 

The word “approlevistriptic” was coined by us.  We will be providing the explanation of this term when we unveil the results of our forty-year study of the nature of knowledge.  Our study comprehends two main elements:

 

1.      The examination of the worthless philosophical attempts to answer the question of “what knowledge looks like” spanning ancient history to the present.

 

2.      The results of over one trillion scientific experiments designed to establish the “NSD” (“Nonphysical Sight Description”) of knowledge.  Note that the immense volume of experiments was made possible, in part, through the use of computers.