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There’s no doubt that all our knowledge begins with experience. But how does our ability to understand things come into action? It happens when objects touch our senses. Some of these objects naturally create mental images, while others stimulate our intellect to compare these images. We then either combine or separate these mental images, and this is how we shape the raw material of our sensory impressions into what we call ‘knowledge.’ In terms of time, there is no knowledge before we have experiences, and all our knowledge starts with these experiences.

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