Knowledge and information for no purpose or for what purpose?
Once we have introduced the concept of purpose of research and knowledge into our research, then immediately and perhaps unnoticed, we
remove information and research fields that would peculate our time and mind. Thought then is not limited to describing and
justifying particular phenomena, learning and memorizing and accomplishing some results. Thus by removing and degrading information,
knowledge and information are revealed as being dependent on the purpose of the research, that is, with thinking about the desired or
selected results. The purpose of the research and the intended outcome determine (as causes in thought) how and what we to think, what
information we will use and what we will know.
It has been said that seeking knowledge influenced by desires and feelings or aiming at certain rewards does not show impartiality and
desire for truth. It is not necessarily contrary to the search for truth if we prioritize our pursuits, if we think influenced by our
intuition and emotions, and if we seek a goal and some profit. Not only partiality does not always opposite, but it can also be in favor
of truth and successful research. The truth serves even the liar and swindler and invisibly serves trained swindlers. Impartiality (in
the sense of paid research or in the sense of random search) is not always as useful as one would expect. In many cases, if one tries to
think impartially about specific issues of a certain research area and without any profit, then it is not excluded that the other who
thought unilaterally and unfairly and even with bad intentions will overcome the first impartial researcher! But luck is not also
missing from an intellectual effort to learn and to research. Those who have been trained to think exclusively with the information they have
learned, degrade (for obvious reasons) the complex effect on the mental and cognitive process as also the indeterminacy of human
What is the end result?
Thinking about an end result and end goal of thought and action immediately reveals a problem of ignorance >>>