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    In this thread, I am posting a google translation of an Arabic text along with my own one. I chose the Arabic text from www.sotor.com

    منذ القدم والإنسان يحاول التعرّف على عناصر البيئة المحيطة به ويكتشف أسرارها، والقوى المُوجِّهة لها ويحلّلها، ويكون لنفسه أفكارًا عن ظواهرها؛ ليحدّد سلوكه تجاهها، ويتمكّن من القضاء على المشكلات التي تعترضه. ومن هنا ظهرت أهمية المعرفة العلمية التي تعرف بأنها مجموعة المعاني والتصورات والآراء والمعتقدات والحقائق التي تتكون لدى الإنسان نتيجة محاولاته المتكررة لفهم جميع الظواهر والأشياء المحيطة به. إلّا أن المعرفة تختلف عن العلم في هذا الجانب، فالمعرفة ليست مرادفًا للعلم، بل أوسع حدًّا ومدلولا وامتدادا من العلم، بحيث يصبح كلّ علم معرفة وليس كلّ معرفة علمًا. ومن هنا ستتطرق هذه المقالة إلى تعريف العلم لمعرفة الفرق بينه وبين المعرفة.



    Let us begin!

    Google translation:
    Since ancient times, man has been trying to identify the elements of the surrounding environment, discover its secrets, and the forces that direct and analyze them, and have ideas for himself about their phenomena. To determine his behavior towards it, and to be able to eliminate the problems encountered. Hence the importance of scientific knowledge, which is defined as the set of meanings, perceptions, opinions, beliefs and facts that a person has as a result of his repeated attempts to understand all the phenomena and things surrounding him. However, knowledge differs from science in this aspect, because knowledge is not synonymous with science, but rather a broader, meaningful, and extension of science, so that every science becomes knowledge and not all knowledge is a science. Hence, this article will address the definition of science to know the difference between it and knowledge.

    Human translation:
    Since antiquity, man has been trying to get to the bottom of the surrounding environment. His goal has been to discover its secrets, analyse the forces that cause them and propose theories about natural phenomena. By doing so, he tries to determine how he relates to the world around him and how he can resolve problems he may face. Thus is the value of scientific knowledge, which is defined as the set of meanings, perceptions, opinions, beliefs and facts that man has acquired through continuous quest to understand all the phenomena and objects surrounding him. Yet, knowledge is not the same as science and has a wider scope and meaning. Every science is knowledge, but not every piece of knowledge is science. This article looks at what science is and how it differs from knowledge.

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