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master | master knowman

noun \ ˈmas-tər \

Definition of master

A representative of the second human kind. An individual who has two human instincts—the impulse to know and the impulse to perfect.

Master knowmen are responsible for preserving the collective knowledge of society. Thanks to the second impulse, they test memes, applying their own quality criteria and ignoring the opinion of the majority.

Because of these qualities and the role Master knowmen play in the society, this word is also used to describe a teacher, a person holding the certain academic degree, a worker or artisan qualified to teach apprentices, an artist, or even one having authority over another.


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