Some questions and the definition of Knowledge. My answers is written below these questions and what is yours? 01. What is your definition of knowledge? 02. Does knowledge differ from science? Is it a more general term? Why and how? 03. Can knowledge be shared among human beings? 04. What are the means for sharing knowledge? 05. Are the means of sharing knowledge reliable? 06. Can knowledge be verified? 07. If yes, what are the criteria for verifying knowledge? 08. Are there different types of knowledge? 09. Should knowledge be sought for? 10. What does "seeking knowledge" mean? 11. Can knowledge be measured in comparative terms, for example, A is more knowledgeable than B? 12. Can knowledge be measured in quantitative terms, for example. A has X knowledge units more than B? 13. Can knowledge be divided into practical and theoretical knowledge? 14. If yes, what are the characteristics of practical knowledge? 15. Do questions like "how practical is this piece of knowledge" make sense for you? 16. Can knowledge be acquired? If yes, how? My answers to the above questions are as follows- 1. Knowledge is a collection of facts (or, at least, what one believes to be facts). 2. Yes. Yes, it is a more general term. Science is the pursuit of knowledge (or, rather, the system by which we pursue knowledge), obviously the pursuit and that which is pursued are different things. 3. Yes. 4. Any form of communication is a means of sharing knowledge. 5. Not entirely, one cannot always get the point across, no matter which form of communication we use. However, they are reliable, just not perfect. 6. Yes. 7. I think if I mean "how is knowledge verified?!? If so, it is through experimentation (which is what science does). 8. Only in that there is the kind of knowledge that is only consistent of facts (whether this kind of knowledge really exists or not, is another matter), and the kind that is consistent of what the individual believes are fact - but are in fact no facts. 9. Yes. 10. It (basically) means trying to learn more facts. 11. Yes, but it is better to specify on what topic ' A is more knowledgeable then B'. 12. I mean, how many more facts, about a specific/ certain topic, A knew more... compared to B. 13. Theories become practical. 14. That it be useful, and verifiable by experimentation. 15. Yes. 16. Yes, through any/all of the steps of the scientific method. You can add any more question/s for this discussion to be continued.