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Thesis - knowledge is independent of culture, including few different issues. A belief refers to a physiological state that a person or individual holds true. Knowledge can be information or skills that people learn through their daily experiences or education. Knowledge and beliefs cannot be separated because knowledge is only possible if one has beliefs. Culture is an attribute that is often associated with certain groups of people. However, it can vary depending on where they come from. My own view is that knowledge and beliefs can exist independently of culture. The following arguments will prove this.

A primitive culture denies people the right of modern education. They desire to preserve the informal education of this culture. Modern education is seen as more of a western culture that is constantly in the forefront, making it easier for individuals to forget about their heritage and culture. They don't realize that modern education equips learners with the knowledge necessary to solve certain problems that are common in our society. One must be able to pursue the knowledge he desires by taking responsibility and following his beliefs. This illustrates that knowledge and belief are inseparable. One must go the extra mile to pursue knowledge, even if that means being against other cultures. As you can see, culture can have a negative impact on a person's ability to pursue knowledge.

It is important to have strong beliefs about science and technology in your life. People who have mastered different science fields have created many innovations in this area of science. One example of this innovation is the use of family planning peels to control population. Another example is immunity to HIV to children to fight infection. When it comes to science, beliefs and knowledge can differ widely from one culture to the next. Family planning is not culturally acceptable because it contradicts some cultures' beliefs and knowledge. Some cultures can hinder knowledge. One good example is when the government introduces new ways to control infection in the society. We should avoid these cultures as they can mislead and deprive our society of the knowledge necessary to keep the world free from infection. To conclude, knowledge or beliefs can be obtained independently of culture in order to avoid the negative effects of social cultural beliefs.

People and individuals are able to pass knowledge and beliefs on using a language they understand best. People acquire the knowledge necessary to cope with everyday life's challenges through language. It is clear that language is not the only way people communicate their ideas. Language is an important component of any culture. People from different cultures may be classified according to their language proficiency. This is evidence that knowledge can only be shared between people who speak the same language. Because language is a method of communicating, it is also a form culture. This makes it very clear that culture is important for each individual's pursuit of the knowledge he desires. This shows that language and knowledge are inseparable. To pass knowledge from one person to the next, language must be used. Because knowledge from another perspective can be considered culture, it is evident that culture is necessary for knowledge to be transmitted from one person to the other. Knowledge can only be passed through cultures. The society in which we live determines the belief system of an individual. This also influences their knowledge about a particular belief. Our constitution, for example, is based on the principles of religion and traces its roots back to the early 18th century. This means that the constitution is built upon principles of our religious father, and the American culture is what influences how we view the constitution. So, my culture and the way people see me has influenced who I am.

The belief or knowledge that all genders are equal has been a resounding omission in cultures that view male gender as superior. This cultural practice is incompatible with gender laws that, from knowledge, all genders are equal. This cultural practice goes against the knowledge or beliefs we already have. This is evidence that when culture is wrong, knowledge and beliefs always defend what is right. As you can see, knowledge and beliefs are not dependent on culture.

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