In fact, understanding
is the missing step between knowledge and wisdom.
It requires a sophisticated understanding
of organizational dynamics and how to influence key stakeholders.
Students advanced their understanding
of the need for compromising.
Plus they receive Eucharist regularly, so their understanding
of it continues to develop, whereas we never really revisit Confirmation and what it means for them.
This necessary distribution of knowledge requires an understanding
of various relevant functional roles, but also requires integrating several data sources or knowledge bases.
Also, the second standard of fieldwork is more encompassing, stating the auditor must obtain a sufficient understanding
of the client's entity and its environment, including its internal control.
Most basic researchers, clinical investigators, and public health scientists would agree that they speak essentially different "languages" when it comes to understanding
and communicating the science of their respective fields.
Gary Storhoff's Understanding
Charles Johnson is another addition to the Understanding
Contemporary American Literature series.
1) In my first response to Stout I thanked him for forcing me to revisit some of the early and, I hope, continuing influences on me that determine my understanding
of how Christians should negotiate this allegedly democratic society.
Part IV is the conclusion, providing an understanding
of individuals in their context as a relational perspective of multicultural counseling and psychotherapy.
The answer begins with a clear understanding
of the unique responsibilities of each--and the differences.
Among the many ideas that Hahnemann included in his guidelines for homeopathic practitioners are the understanding
that to effectively treat illness, the whole person--mind and body--must be considered, environmental factors must be considered in treatment, and the homeopath must understand the difference between suppression of symptoms and cure of disease.