Cognition

Cognition consists of a file of knowledge and the ability to apply that knowledge. Cognition therefore has two indicators. Without the first of these, without a file of knowledge, there is nothing to apply, and without the second, without actions according to the file of knowledge, there is nothing to be evaluated. In human life, the content and volume of information available to any given man are often overrated, in comparison to the ability to apply this knowledge in practice. Learning, not the accumulation of power and riches, is the purpose of our existence. We also add that cognition is non-transferable, individual. This means that each person approaches cognition in his/her own way, under unique conditions. Therefore it is not important to persuade any person about the ”right” or ”wrong” of his/her personal cognition, decision or action. What is ”right” for one person, may be regarded as ”wrong” by another, but only from his point of view. During the process of cognition, the greatest possible availability and diversity of information on an individual level, with sufficient space for its investigation and application to one’s own being, are crucial… Basic Term