The statement “All humans desire knowledge” written by the Greek philosopher Aristotle can is a statement of great integrity. I think that when Aristotle wrote this statement is was meant for instinctual knowledge, the will to survive and how to survive. On the other hand this statement can be seen as a desire for factual knowledge, such as textbooks, mechanics, ethnics, politics, mechanics, basically anything that is not involved in the basics of how to survive. I find that this statement can be seen from both sides, factual and instinctual; but first I find that we need a clear definition of human desire and knowledge. Human knowledge is defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as expertise, and skills acquired by a person through experience or education. This type of knowledge is completely factual, the human race can only obtain this type of knowledge by experience or an education. This there fore is already faulty because not every person in the world has an education. A......
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