What's the relationship between truth and knowledge?

@Fulltank (2896)
Philippines
November 5, 2009 11:04pm CST
Knowledge can only exists in the minds of men while truth can exists with out men. Or one must possess "knowledge" before you can discern the "truth". How about you, what you you think is the relationship between the truth and knowledge?
3 responses
@getbrowser (1715)
• China
6 Nov 09
truth and knowledge - Knowledge has a limit while truth is endless. It is abvious that there are no direct relationship between truth and knowledge.
In a word, Knowledge has a limit while truth is endless. That is to say, knowledge may change or disappear someday, but the truth can exist forever. You see, usually, knowledge is created by us human beings while we try our best to discover the truth. Truth can exist with out people, but knowledge can only exist in the minds of men. Knowledge may be wrong but the truth is the basis of equality. There are no direct or obvious relationship between truth and knowledge. Compared with knowledge, I prefer truth for it is eternal.
@Fulltank (2896)
• Philippines
6 Nov 09
The truth shall prevail. But without knowledge, one cannot find the truth. Is this correct? If yes, then there's still a big relationship between the two.
@dpk262006 (56115)
• Delhi, India
6 Nov 09
Hi Full! I think knowledge is something that is acquired or gained and truth is a matter of face or statement. I do not see that both are directly related to each other because knowledge could be shared with anyone or everyone, however, truth (say your personal matters) cannot be shared with everyone.
@Fulltank (2896)
• Philippines
6 Nov 09
You can share the truth if you wanted to. It will now become a knowledge by the person you shared your truth.
@diyphone (29)
• China
6 Nov 09
knowledge could refer to many aspects whether right or rong, but truth is the knoledge which could always be right.