How to say knowledge information in Japanese

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Example Sentences

情報jouhouno出所shusshowoいわないでiwanaideあるaru事実jijitsuwo知っているshitteirutoもらすmorasuていねいなteineinaいいiiかたkataha、「小鳥kotoriga知らせてshiraseteくれたkureta」と’toいうiuことkotoであるdearu
A polite way to reveal knowledge of a fact without telling the source of the information is to say, "a little bird told me".
それでsorede過去kakono知識chishikigaそのsono知識chishikini関する関suruだいたいdaitai適切tekisetsuと思われるtoomowareru想定souteito混ざりmazari合ってatte五感gokanによってniyotte提供teikyouされるsareru情報jouhouwo増大zoudaiさせるsaseruためにtameni利用riyouされるsarerunoであるdearu
And so, knowledge from the past, mixed up with assumptions about that knowledge, which may be more or less appropriate, is used to augment information provided by the senses.
情報jouhouha知識chishikidehaなくnaku知識chishikiha知恵chiedehaなくnaku知恵chieha真実shinjitsudehaなくnaku真実shinjitsuhabidehaなくnakubihaaidehaなくnakuaiha音楽ongakudehaないnai音楽ongakuこそkosoga最上saijouda
Information is not knowledge, knowledge is not wisdom, wisdom is not truth, truth is not beauty, beauty is not love, love is not music, music is the best.
多くookunohitoha英語eigoga世界sekaiwo支配shihaiするsuru現代gendaino言語gengo情勢jouseiwo不公平fukouheisawo容易youini理解rikaiできるdekirutohaいえieたとえばtatoeba異なるkotonaru言語gengono知識chishikijinya指導shidoushakandeno英語eigowo通しtooshita比較的hikakuteki良好ryoukouかつkatsu直接的chokusetsutekina対話taiwaというtoiuようyouna全体zentaiteki見地kenchiからkarano有用yuuyouseimoまたmata自身jishinno英語eigo知識chishikiによるniyoru個人kojintekina利点ritenmoまたmata認めmitomeられるrarerunodeあるaruエスペラントESUPERANTOnoようyouna中立chuuritsu言語gengodeha多くookuwo知らshirazu情報jouhouwo探すsagasuことkotomoできdekiないnai
Many people easily understand the injustice of the current language situation in the world where English dominates. But they also see the collective advantages, as for example a relatively good and direct communication between intellectuals and leaders of different languages through the English language, and the personal advantages as their own knowledge of the English language. About a neutral language such as Esperanto, one does not know much and does not seek information.

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