acquire knowledge

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The object of knowledge would appear to exist before knowledge itself, for it is usually the case that we acquire knowledge of objects already existing; it would be difficult, if not impossible, to find a branch of knowledge the beginning of the existence of which was contemporaneous with that of its object.
He had come forth from the hands of God a perfect creature, happy and prosperous, guarded by the especial care of his Creator; he was allowed to converse with and acquire knowledge from beings of a superior nature, but I was wretched, helpless, and alone.
This makes one shudder at the mysterious ways girls acquire knowledge. For this was a thought, wild enough, I admit, but which could only have come from the depths of that sort of experience which she had not had, and went far beyond a young girl's possible conception of the strongest and most veiled of human emotions.
He said data on 'best brains of the province' would be collected soon and would be sent abroad to acquire knowledge about the experiences of developed nations.
The only way to be relevant is to acquire knowledge or a skill.
SHF is a beacon of hope for youth to acquire knowledge and skill to play vital role in the pursuit of happiness.
'Student life is the best time to acquire knowledge and building own-self.
The President said internet has made it easy to acquire knowledge from a variety of sources.
It helped the students learn gardening skills and acquire knowledge about the health benefits of naturally grown crops and how to cultivate them.
The college described the researcher as a diligent worker eager to acquire knowledge.
Through it one can acquire knowledge, confidence, and much more skills.
'As Muslims we have a strong belief that Allah wants us to acquire knowledge. Muslims should have been in leading positions in the field of education, but unfortunately we did not pay due attention to our duty of getting knowledge.'