We have seen that Learning, Knowing, Understanding and Interpretation are inextricably linked and overlap each other to a very large degree. It is impossible to talk meaningfully about any one of them except in reference to all of the others. So it is with various Ways of Knowing.
How are the rudiments of perception, language and logic inextricable from the fine microstructure of the brain?
How do we make sense of our biologically driven emotions and predispositions?
How much of what we are and what we know is innate, or genetically determined, and how much will always remain to be learned?
Andrew Brown (2009) Figure. Oil pastel, ink and charcoal on paper.