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Jan 11

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Not All Knowledge Gained from Books

People often acquire knowledge by reading books, science papers, magazines, or newspapers, but does it the only way to get knowledge? In fact, books can be a great source of information that provide the reader with the desired knowledge. However, there is an alternative way: experience. Experience and books are both sources of information to gain knowledge from, with some differences.


The first difference is about time required to gain knowledge. Experience cannot be taken in a short time. Instead, it needs a sufficient time and some effort to gain the desired knowledge. In contrast, books can provide that in no time! Just require reading them. In general, books are quite faster way to acquire the knowledge.


Another major difference is about money. It is not mandatory to spend money to take advantage of experience. On the other hand, however, books typically are required to be purchased from stores. Although gaining the knowledge from experience needs some effort and time to have, it is free and no need to pay for it.


Deepness of information and the ability of forget them is another key feature to distinguish between book-based-knowledge and experience-based-knowledge. In general, it is hard for people to forget what they’ve learnt from their experience. Unlike the knowledge gained from books, experience tends make information permanent in human’s minds. For example, if someone wants to learn how to drive, he cannot master driving from books only, if he did not practice and experience the actual driving.


In conclusion, learning from books or from experience have multiple differences in terms of time, money, and stability of information. With no need of spend money on buying books, experience might help consolidate the knowledge. On the other hand, books are a very good source to utilize an easy and more diverse information.

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It is not mandatory to spend money to take advantage of experience.

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Although gaining the knowledge from experience needs some effort and time to have, it is free and no need to pay for it.

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Deepness of information and the ability of forget them is another key feature to distinguish between book-based-knowledge and experience-based-knowledge.

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In general, it is hard for people to forget what they’ve learnt from their experience.

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Unlike the knowledge gained from books, experience tends make information permanent in human’s minds.

Unlike the knowledge gained from books, experience tends to make information permanent in human’s minds.

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For example, if someone wants to learn how to drive, he cannot master driving from books only, if he did not practice and experience the actual driving.

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In conclusion, learning from books or from experience have multiple differences in terms of time, money, and stability of information.

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With no need of spend money on buying books, experience might help consolidate the knowledge.

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