Knowledge Mapping Research

10 Pillars of Knowledge
Knowledge Tree

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Pillar 1: Knowledge

1.1 Theory (1)
    • Philosophy of knowledge
    • Philosophy of science
1.2 Context (2)
    • History of science
    • Sociology of knowledge
1.3 Methodology (3)
   • Methodology of science
1.4 Mediation (4)
    • Information science
    • Museology
    • Scientometrics

Pillar 2: Supernatural

2.1 Theory (5)
    • Religious studies: philosophy of religion, sociology of religion, history of religions, comparative religions
2.2 Mysticism (6)
    • Mysticism
2.3 Religions
    2.3.1 Ancient (7)
        • Mesopotamian mythology
        • Egyptian mythology
        • Greek mythology
        • Roman mythology
    2.3.2 Monotheism (8)
        • Judaism
        • Christianity
        • Islam
    2.3.3 Asian (9)
        • Buddhism
        • Hinduism
        • Jainism
        • Sikhism
        • Confucianism
        • Taoism
        • Shinto
        • Bahaism
        • Zoroastrianism
    2.3.4 Modern (10)
        • Cao Dai
        • New Age
        • Scientology
    2.3.5 Ethnic (11)
        • Shamanism
        • Voodoo

Pillar 3: Matter and energy

3.1 Theory (12)
    • Philosophy of physics*
    • Philosophy of space and time
3.2 Principles (13)
    • Physics: philosophy of physics*, mechanics, optics, electricity, magnetism, acoustics, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, atomic physics, nuclear physics, particle physics, condensed matter physics
3.3 Substances (14)
    • Chemistry: philosophy of chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, biochemistry

Pillar 4: Space and earth

4.1 Theory (15)

• Cosmological theory* 

4.2 Space (16)

Astronomy: cosmological theory*, astrophysics, astrogeology, astrobiology, planetary science

4.3 Earth

4.3.1 Surface and substance (17)

Physical geography: atmospheric sciences (climatology, meteorology), biogeography, geomorphology, hydrology, oceanography, pedology, glaciology, cartography

Geology: mineralogy, petrology, structural geology, volcanology, geophysics (seismology, geodesy), geochemistry

Soil science: pedology

4.3.2 Interrelations (18)

Agriculture: horticulture, forestry, animal husbandry, aquaculture, fishery

• Environmental sciences (ecology)

• Natural hazards   

Pillar 5: Non-human organisms

5.1 Theory (19)

• Philosophy of life

• Philosophy of biology

• Bioethics

5.2 Basic sciences (20)

Biology: botany, zoology, cell biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, microbiology, anatomy, physiology, genetics, developmental biology, evolutionary biology, taxonomy, ecology

5.3 Health and wellbeing (21)

• Veterinary medicine

Pillar 6: Body and mind

6.1 Theory (22)

• Philosophy of (human) life

• Philosophy of mind

• Philosophy of (human) biology

• (Human) bioethics

6.2 Basic sciences (23)

Human biology: anatomy, biochemistry, cell biology, molecular biology, developmental biology, embryology, evolutionary biology, genetics, histology, immunology, physiology

• Psychology

• Neuroscience

• Cognitive science.

6.3 Health and wellbeing

6.3.1 Medical sciences (24)

Medicine: philosophy of medicine, history of medicine, medical ethics, medical research and evaluation, medical education, internal medicine (allergy and clinical immunology, cardiology, critical care medicine, endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, hematology, hepatology, infectious disease, nephrology, oncology, pulmonology, rheumatology, sleep medicine), neurology, pediatrics, surgery (general surgery, cardiothoracic surgery, vascular surgery, pediatric surgery, neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, plastic surgery, urology), gynecology and obstetrics, psychiatry, pathology

• Dentistry 

6.3.2 Paramedical studies (25)

• Audiology

• Clinical psychology

• Midwifery

• Nursing

Nutrition and dietetics

• Occupational therapy

• Optometry

• Paramedicine

• Pharmacy and pharmacology

• Physical therapy

• Public health

• Speech therapy

6.3.3 Complementary medicine (26)

• Ayurvedic medicine

• Chinese medicine

• Homeopathy 

Pillar 7: Society

7.1 Theory (27)

• Philosophy of social sciences

• Philosophy of social life

7.2 Society at large

7.2.1 General (28)

• Sociology

• Anthropology

• Human geography

• Demography

7.2.2 Area-based (29)

• Area studies (geographical classification)

7.3 Domains

7.3.1 Community

7.3.1.1 Communication (30)

• Semiotics

• Linguistics

• Languages (linguistic classification)

• Communication studies

7.3.1.2 Contract (31)

• Political science 

7.3.1.3 Codes (32)

• Ethics

Law: philosophy of law (jurisprudence), history of law, sociology of law, law and economics, civil law, common law, religious law, public law (constitutional law, administrative law, criminal law), private law (contract law, tort law, property law), international law, national legal systems (subdivided by countries) 

7.3.1.4 Conduct (33)

• Social psychology

• Criminology  

7.3.2 Needs and activities

7.3.2.1 Defense and security (34)

• Military studies

• Police Studies

7.3.2.2 Health and wellbeing (35)

• Health education

• Health policy         

7.3.2.3 Economics (36)

• Economics

7.3.2.4 Education (37)

Education: philosophy of education, history of education, sociology of education, psychology of education, economics and education, educational research and evaluation, teacher education, higher education, curriculum development,  art education, moral education, religious education, educational technology, special education

7.3.2.5 Labor and employment (38)

• Labor studies          

7.3.2.6 Welfare (39)

• Social policy; social work

7.3.2.7 Transportation (40)

• Transportation management

7.3.2.8 Housing (41)

• Housing management

7.3.2.9 Urban planning (42)

• Urban planning management

7.3.2.10 Law and conflict resolution (43)

• Conflict Resolution

7.3.2.11 Culture (44)

• Culture studies

7.3.2.12 Communication and media (45)

• Media studies

• Journalism

• Public relations

• Advertising

7.3.2.13 Recreation (46)

• Recreation Studies

7.3.2.14 Sport (47)

• Sport studies

7.3.3 Management (48)

• Management studies

• Business management 

7.4. Social groups

7.4.1 Gender (49)

• Women’s studies

• Men’s studies

7.4.2 Age (50)

• Youth studies

• Gerontology

7.4.3 Ethnicity (51)

• Ethnicity-based studies (ethnic classification)

7.4.4 Interest (52)

• Family studies

• Gay and lesbian Studies

• Addiction-based studies. 

Pillar 8: Thought and art

8.1 Thought

8.1.1 Reason (53)

• Philosophy: ancient philosophy, modern philosophy, contemporary philosophy, epistemology, ethics, aesthetics

 8.1.2 Representation (54)

• Philosophy of Language

• Philology 

8.1.3 Relations (55)

• Logic

Mathematics: algebra, arithmetic, combinatory, game theory, geometry, number theory, numerical analysis, probability, set theory, trigonometry

• Statistics

8.2 Literary arts

8.2.1 Theory (56)

• Literary theory

8.2.2 Works (57)

Literature: literary theory, poetry, prose, drama, essay

8.3 The Arts

8.3.1 Theory (58)

• Philosophy of art

8.3.2 Forms (59)

• Music

• Dance

• Theater

• Opera

• Theatrical entertainment

• Painting and drawing

• Sculpture

• Tapestry

• Photography

• Printmaking

• Cinematography

• Digital art

• Conceptual art

• Architecture

8.3.3 Time (60)

Art history – historical subdivision: prehistoric art, ancient art, medieval art, renaissance art, modern art, contemporary art

8.3.4 Place (61)

• African art

• American art

Asian art: Chinese art, Indian art, Japanese art

• European art

• Mediterranean art

• Oceanic art

8.3.5 Ethnicity (62) 

• African American art

• Jewish art

8.3.6 Interest (63)

• Biblical art

Pillar 9: Technology

9.1 Theory (64)

• Philosophy of technology

• History of technology

9.2 Professions (65)

• Engineering: aerospace engineering, agricultural engineering, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, environmental engineering, geotechnical engineering, hydraulic engineering, structural engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, electronic engineering, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, military engineering

9.3 Technologies

9.3.1 Sciences (66)

• Electronic technology

• Nuclear technology

• Optic technology

• Material science

• Nanotechnology

• Aerospace technology

• Cartography

• Meteorological technology

• Agricultural technology

• Environmental technology

• Biotechnology and medical technology

• Computer science

• Artificial intelligence

• Robotics

9.3.2 Needs & Activities (67)

• Archaeological technology

• Art technologies

• Automotive technology

• Educational technology

• Exhibit technology

• Food technology

• Information technology

• Military technology

• Religious technology

• Sports technology

9.3.3 Materials (68)

• Ceramic technology

• Glass technology

• Metal technology

• Mineral technology

• Wood technology

9.3.4 Processes (69)

• Cooling technology

• Heating technology

• Freezing technology

• Cutting technology

• Melting technology

Pillar 10: History

10.1 Theory (70)

• Philosophy of history

10.2 Universal Memory (71)

History: prehistory, ancient history, early modern history, modern history, contemporary history, European history, Kurdish history, African-American history

Archeology: contemporary archaeology, archaeology of ancient Egypt, Inca archaeology, biblical archaeology, maritime archaeology, industrial archaeology

10.3 Relations (72)

• Genealogy 

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