The integration and separation of knowledge and action in human history

Introduction:

The importance of knowledge in human history is so fundamental that without it, the concept of human life and history is plausible. But in life, discrete knowledge is not important. Knowledge is an essential requirement. When knowledge and practice are combined, the value of life comes into being. However, there is a relationship between knowledge and action that knowledge is essential to the action. Without knowledge, the action does not exist, and if knowledge is without knowledge, then it has no meaning and utility. God has made man, and because of man’s superiority over other beings, he is given the knowledge. However, in human history, it is often the case that knowledge is devoid of action. As a result, the course of history is changing. On the contrary, the integration of knowledge and process also revolutionizes history.

What is true Knowledge?

Socrates is a great symbol of knowledge in human history. Its greatness is that despite its being two and a half thousand years, its name still lives in the intellectual world. Socrates was also a person at the individual level. His commitment to honesty meant that he refused to escape the prison and drank a joke of poison. Socrates’ intellectual struggle was such that he made philosophy a public thing rather than a special one. Given the popularity of his ideas, the rulers were threatened not to rebel against him, but Socrates’ thinking could not change the structure and structure of state and politics and society, and he was able to bring good, honesty, knowledge, and integrity to history, which has become a great symbol. Socrates’ disciple is another great figure in Plato’s history.

How is knowledge determined

The greatness of Plato is that he advanced Socrates’ thinking and made it a system. On the basis of this system, he outlined the ideal state, which he called the “republic.” But the Republic of Plato also became a major scientific, intellectual, and intellectual document of history. The reason was that there was no practical struggle to make its ideal state a reality. Plato created the Academy to generalize knowledge, but the Academy only generalized the ideological aspects of Socrates and Plato’s thinking. With this thought, no group of wise people was created nor any group of wise people organized. This was a tragedy in the context of the whole of human history because Whitehead’s view of Plato is worth repeating a thousand times that the whole Western philosophy is nothing but the marginalization or footnote of Plato’s philosophy.

How do we gain knowledge?

The thought of a man of such intellectual greatness must have been revolutionary, but neither Plato applied his knowledge, nor could he be afforded any other person who made his dreams a reality. In Western thought, Serthams-Moore’s utopia is also an ideal state, but utopia has become mere ideological knowledge.

Arjun is an important example of how India’s lack of knowledge and lack of understanding make the process impossible. Arjun was a soldier in Pandu’s army, and his bravery was unique. But when he inspected the enemy army before the battle began on the battlefield, he saw that there were a large number of his friends, even some of Pandu’s instructors in the enemy army. So Arjun felt that he was running to shed his blood for politics and state, and that was a shame. So he refused to fight. When Krishna saw this situation, he made a speech in front of Arjun, who later became known as Gita and who has the status of a holy book of the Hindus.

What is the reality of human relations before religion?

In this speech, Krishna explained to Arjun the meaning of religion and explained what spirit is and what is born and what is the reality of human relations before religion? He convinced Arjun that he had landed on the battlefield to do “jihad.” This war has nothing to do with state and politics directly. He explained to her that you have to give a grandfather’s blessing for the supremacy of the truth and the falsehood of falsehood. Arjun’s love for the world was relieved to hear Krishna’s speech, and he played his part in the cause of truth and falsehood. If traction had not been present at this stage, the whole history of Hinduism would have been something else. At this stage of history, the knowledge of Krishna paved the way for Arjuna’s process.

Ram is the greatest symbol of the balance of knowledge and practice in the history of Hindus, hence his reign is considered as unique in the history of Hinduism. Ashoka’s kingdom was very large, but at one stage of life, Ashoka Buddhism, The Turkish world was in the grip of Buddhism. So Ashok said goodbye to politics and the state. Ashoka’s process changed with the change of knowledge. He became a beggar from the king.

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