THE LESSON LEARNED FOR LIFELONG LEARNING IN HUMAN

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Abdullah Chelong
Jirachaya Jeawkok

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Lesson learned for lifelong learning in human is an academic article that presents another aspect of the knowledge management methodology and under the new main definition of existentialism philosophy believes that human nature and the social environment are not fixed and can determine their own life. Lessons learned can therefore be carried out according to human needs in a systematic way. Can synthesize phenomena that occur in the past, present and future where man is the center of learning is the result of human interpretation giving meaning that responds to their own experiences to improve the quality of life on the complexities of today's society.

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