Title

Unnatural Knowledge: Tracing the Cognitive Foundations and Historical Origins of Modern Systems of Knowledge

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2007

Department

International Business & Management

Language

English

Publication Title

International Journal of Knowledge, Cultural and Change Management

Abstract

Challenging the dominant view of natural evolution of modern knowledge, the article theorizes that modern knowledge is unnaturally created through cognitive, cultural, and institutional arrangements that were path-dependent and evitable.

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