Scientific knowledge education
Material knowledge (mainly referring to scientific theory) is a scientist's knowledge of the nature and regularity of various things about the objective world obtained in scientific practice. It is expressed by a series of concepts and propositions that have been proven or Logical proof of system knowledge. Thus, morphologically, scientific knowledge is a system of concepts and propositions that make sense. The validity of this system is maintained by two networks: one is the network of connections between system and natural phenomena, which gives meaning to the concepts and propositions of the structural system. It can be called the meaning of the network; another network is the system and the system itself, the contact network, which gives the system a logical framework, it can be called a logical network. It is the meaning of scientific knowledge Networks and logical networks make scientific knowledge has two fundamental characteristics: objective truth and logical system.

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