“Is All Knowledge Learned?” PART 2

All knowledge is not learned. Some knowledge is “anti-learned”; that is, some knowledge is transberative. What is a transberative thing? A transberative thing is something that you possess that you did not receive from experience. For example, newborns do not possess verbal knowledge yet they demonstrate the intentions of verbal knowledge; for example, the verbal knowledge of their need to suckle. (Note that behavioral instinctualists will be enraged by what you just read but that is only because they are ignorant and lazy.) For a full understanding of transberative entities, transberative knowledge, verbal knowledge, verbal cognitive (knowledge) intentions, behavioral instinctualism, etc., see the work by Dr. Michael Bisconti (primary author) and Chicago Christian University (1000-man team), the 10-volume, 1000-pages-per-volume Transberative Epistemological Encyclopedia (website under development). The Transberative Epistemological Encyclopedia is now available to Arc 1 Premium Members on our Wikipedia Hub.

Is All Knowledge Learned?

All knowledge is not learned.  Some knowledge is “anti-learned”; that is, some knowledge is transberative.  What is a transberative thing?  A transberative thing is something that you possess that you did not receive from experience.  For example, newborns do not possess verbal knowledge yet they demonstrate the intentions of verbal knowledge; for example, the verbal knowledge of their need to suckle.  (Note that behavioral instinctualists will be enraged by what you just read but that is only because they are ignorant and lazy.)  For a full understanding of transberative entities, transberative knowledge, verbal knowledge, verbal cognitive (knowledge) intentions, behavioral instinctualism, etc., see the work by Dr. Michael Bisconti (primary author) and Chicago Christian University (1000-man team), the 10-volume, 1000-pages-per-volume Transberative Epistemological Encyclopedia (link not active yet and website under development).