The term “epistemology” comes from the Greek “episteme,” meaning “knowledge,” and “logos,” meaning, roughly, “study, or science, of.” “Logos” is the root of all terms ending in “-ology” – such as psychology, anthropology – and of “logic,” and has many other related meanings.
Knowledge is a mental state; that is, knowledge exists in one’s mind, and unthinking things cannot know anything.
Acquiring knowledge is easier said than done, especially when there are limitations.
Travelling seems the best form of acquiring knowledge.
While travelling, people can be away from routine problems for a few weeks, it can also help them figure things out that they would not have understood.
Our journeys are about meeting people of diverse cultural background, exploring and experiencing a life you would not find in your familiar surroundings.
Which then translates into writing. What better way to be inspired to write.