Ahlcon Public School
Understanding has a particular value that other epistemic states, such as knowledge, do not. This fact threatens the justification for the focus on learning that the history of epistemology displays. Elsewhere it has been argued that knowledge does not possess this exceptional value. There are a couple of lines of argument. However, that threatens to extend the denial of this particular value for knowledge to a denial of a specific value for understanding. Underlying all such challenges is the apparent fact that the language of knowing and learning are closely related. This discussion argues that the kind of understanding we prize most is immune from the concerns plaguing the theory of knowledge.
Sarthak Rana from Pestalozzi.
Karma Woeser from Pestalozzi
Tenzin Tsomo from Pestalozzi, studying in class 7
Shubham Panwar from Pestolozzi