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"The production of knowledge is always a collaborative task and never solely a product of the individual."

"The production of knowledge is always a collaborative task and never solely a product of the individual." Discuss this statement with reference to two areas of knowledge. This essay is about Theory of Knowledge as part of grade 12 IB curriculum. Will require debatable details and bibliography.
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