Conventional knowledge (Q1695)

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Conventional knowledge is knowledge generated by human imagination and agreed upon by a cultural community. Conventions are learned by a process of social induction into their usage, and do not depend upon logic or empirical observation for their validity.
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Conventional knowledge
Conventional knowledge is knowledge generated by human imagination and agreed upon by a cultural community. Conventions are learned by a process of social induction into their usage, and do not depend upon logic or empirical observation for their validity.

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