How Scientific Knowledge Differs From Other Sorts Of Knowledge?


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Scientific knowledge is the understanding of how physical world works. It is different from the other sorts of knowledge because it involves the activities like collection of data in the form of observations and then analysis of data is carried out. Scientific knowledge is more objective as compare to other kinds of knowledge which are usually more subjective. Moreover, in scientific knowledge there is more experimentation and factual information involved. Scientific knowledge is gained through research and more experimentation makes this knowledge more objective and reliable as compare to other forms of subjective information.

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