While senses and means of communication (e.g. languages) provide much valuable input
for minds to process to derive and infer knowledge,
much knowledge is also derived and inferred from
further processing already available knowledge.
As specialized tools that developed over billions of years to better “tune-in”,
accumulate, process, generate, communicate, and share knowledge,
better understanding minds and mind operations is required to also
better understand knowledge, its architecture,
and its underlying structuring principles and operations.