Ways of Knowing, Learning, and Developing

Annals of Family Medicine,Vol. 8, PP. 4-10.

By Kurt C. Strange

The information age presents great opportunity to move from data to information to knowledge and potentially to go further to generate understanding and wisdom. As information is generated in ever smaller segments, however, and as we use information for increasingly narrow purposes, our understanding of the world is becoming more and more fragmented. Stunted development along this data-information-knowledge-understanding-wisdom pathway leaves the potential of the information age unmet and its inhabitants often overwhelmed and unwise.

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