Some aspects of Aristotle’s understanding of practical and theoretical knowledge in the context of the unity of knowledge
The paper discusses two types of knowledge Aristotle speaks of - practical and theoretical. The aim of this discussion is to show, by returning to the first definitions of the concept of knowledge, that despite the existence of different types of knowledge, it can only be seen as unity. The modern efficiency and usability of technical and technological knowledge has led to an increasing insistence on only one type of knowledge - practical or technical, which necessarily leads to the dissipation of the unity of knowledge.
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