Knowledge is not always a ‘truth’

THERE seems to be a lot of interest in the public domain about Malaysian academia after a social media-loving French professor questioned the scholarship of a paper submitted to a journal by an academician from a Malaysian public university.

Today, I thought perhaps Malaysians might be interested to discover what they do not know about the nature of knowledge and truth, and that the two may not necessarily be the same.

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