Knowledge Architecture Basics
While it is important and interesting to know that knowledge is everywhere,
that knowledge is everything, and that, for all intents and purposes,
knowledge is reality, as it is all that can be known, about reality.
Clearly, managing knowledge, and its natural complexity,
requires scientific understanding of the natural knowledge phenomenon,
of its architecture, and of its organizing principles.
Consequently, from more global and somehow esoteric considerations,
this document section progressively addresses practical applications.
Next on that path, as minds are natural knowledge management tools, the only ones we have really,
it seems that they need to be considered next, in this quest towards more practical applications,
especially as these applications may require the design of complex computing systems
to better support minds in their knowledge management work and quests.