In most professions and academic fields, imagination is more important than knowledge.

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  • stamford
    University: Sichuan University
    Nationality: China
    January 26, 2021 at 9:34 am

    In most professions and academic fields, imagination is more important than knowledge.

    Is imagination more important than knowledge in most professions and academic fields? Although I essentially agree that imagination actually play a more important role in copious professions and academic fields than knowledge, the claim undervalue the significance and necessity of the required knowledge at the same time describe the consequence of imagination in a much absolute way. On balance, the claim should be put into different and concrete statements to consider.

    The most compelling reason for my fundamental agreement with the claim is that knowledge is what we already know, but what we are watching for in myriad professions and academic fields is something what we can not deduce or conclude according to the established knowledge. Admittedly, knowledge we have helps us confine the province of the probable conclusion, guides us to try the most efficient method. Nevertheless, profusion achievements and conclusions come out firstly because of the creative imagination, and only after that they can be tested and confirmed by the knowledge. In short, knowledge is momentous, but imagination is pivotal.

    Another reason why I essentially agree with the claim is that after educated under an education based on established knowledge we find ourselves lost ability to imagine when face problems, because depends on the experience we get from the school-time, the answer will be showed just on the next page of the textbook, so there is no need to imagine anything. Accordingly, from the standpoint of most of us, who work in professions and academic fields graduated, it is more important to own imagination because we are now searching, not learning.

    Nonetheless, the claim understates how terrible if someone only has imagination without enough knowledge. When it comes to such situation, knowledge is at least as significant as imagination, even more important than is because we need to unremittingly bolster knowledge but imagination is something require no myriad exercise. Putting imagination in a too much high position may guide people dismiss the consequence of knowledge, which always means nothing in most professions and academic fields.

    Furthermore, the claim amounts to an overstatement when it comes to the effectiveness of imagination. Renowned practitioners in professions and academic fields may ascribe their achievements to just few imaginations, in fact, it may cost common people a long period of time imagining. Hence, imagination is a suitable way to achieve something, but it may not so effective that makes it more important than the knowledge, something basis in searching.

    In sum, the assertion point out the pivotal of the imagination, and in some statements it seems really more important than the knowledge, but in other statements, the assertion seems so absolute. In the final analysis, I agree, almost just fundamentally, the claim of the speaker.

    Administrator
    University: University of Wisconsin
    January 27, 2021 at 10:10 pm

    Score: 39.6

    Issues:

    1. About 65% of the sentences exceed 20 words. Simplify or split them.
    2. About 20% of the sentences are passive; convert them into their active counterparts. 

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    Administrator
    University: University of Wisconsin
    January 28, 2021 at 5:31 pm

    Although I essentially agree that in copious professions and academic fields, imagination seems more important than knowledge, speaker actually draws an imprudent and absolute conclusion,undervalues the complexity of the situation. Accordingly, the applicability of the assertion is dubious when it comes to some particular statements. Specifically,when considering whether the claim is accurate, I prefer to dispute that if speaker exaggerates or underestimates the fact, meanwhile meditate on it from different and concrete circumstances or standpoints.

    The speaker’s claim understates how terrible just owning imagination without necessary knowledge is. From this point of view, knowledge is at least as significant as imagination. even more consequential than it. That is, because we need to unremittingly study and exercise to maintain a high level of knowledge, but imagination is something requires no myriad practice. Thinking too highly of imagination will make people overlook the necessity of working hard on knowledge, which always means a fatal indolence when it comes to most professional and academic fields.

    Furthermore, the claim amounts to an overstatement when it comes to the effectiveness of imagination. Renowned professors in professions and academic fields may ascribe their achievements to ideas coming from their imagination, but don’t forget all of them are firstly erudite in their fields. Indeed, most of us have to spend a lot both in time and vigor when we are imaging, unless we get enough knowledge that can help us confine the province in our naturally infinitive minds. Even after we own sufficient knowledge, imagination is still a marathon. In short, imagination can not leave the basis of knowledge, and imagination itself is not a shortcut for achievement. It’s effectiveness does not match such an important position.

    Notwithstanding, I still fundamentally agree with the claim when it comes to the essence of the knowledge and imagination. Knowledge is what we already know, but what we are looking for in most professions and academic fields is something we know nothing. Researchers do not have the prescience to know the content, even the form, of the conclusion in numerous researches, from this point of view, imagination is more significant than knowledge, because it is the imagination, not the knowledge, can grasp something out of “nothing”.

    In the final analysis, as for the speaker’s broader assertion, I agree that imagination is more important than knowledge has its rationale. Nonetheless, accuracy of the claim is suspectable in particular statements mentioned above, that the claim belittles the outcome if someone only has imagination without enough knowledge, at the same time overstates how effective imagination is.

    Administrator
    University: University of Wisconsin
    January 28, 2021 at 5:32 pm

    Score: 37.4

    Issues:

    1. About 55% of the sentences exceed 20 words. Simplify or split them.
    2. Lots of grammatical errors. 

    I will send you screenshots to illustrate specific problems/errors.

    stamford
    University: Sichuan University
    Nationality: China
    January 29, 2021 at 3:30 am

    I essentially agree that imagination seems more important than knowledge in copious professions and academic fields. However, author actually draws an imprudent and absolute conclusion,undervalues the complexity of the situation. Accordingly, the applicability of the assertion is dubious when it comes to some particular statements. Specifically, considering whether the claim is accurate, I prefer to dispute that if author exaggerates or underestimates the fact, meditate on it from different and concrete circumstances or standpoints.

     The author’s claim understates how terrible owning imagination without necessary knowledge is. From this point of view, knowledge is at least as significant as imagination, even more consequential than it. The reason is that we need to unremittingly study and exercise to maintain a high level of knowledge, but imagination requires no myriad practice. Thinking too highly of imagination will make people overlook the necessity of working hard on knowledge, which always means indolent in most professional and academic fields.

     Furthermore, the claim amounts to an overstatement when it comes to the effectiveness of imagination. Renowned professors in professions and academic fields may ascribe their achievements to ideas coming from their imagination, but don’t forget all of them are firstly erudite in their fields. Indeed, most of us have to spend a lot both in time and vigor when we are imagining, unless we get enough knowledge that can help us confine the province in our naturally infinitive minds. Even after we own sufficient knowledge, imagination is still a marathon. In short, imagination can not leave the basis of knowledge, and imagination itself is not a shortcut for achievement. Its effectiveness does not match such an important position.

     Notwithstanding, I still fundamentally agree with the claim when it comes to the essence of knowledge and imagination. Knowledge is what we already know, but what we are looking for in most professions and academic fields is something we know nothing. Researchers do not have the prescience to know the content, even the form, of the conclusion in numerous researches. From this point of view, imagination is more significant than knowledge, because it is the imagination, not the knowledge, grasp something out of “nothing” .  

     In the final analysis, as for the author’s broader assertion, I agree that imagination is more important than knowledge has its rationale. Nevertheless, the accuracy of the claim is suspectable in particular statements mentioned above. The claim belittles the outcome if someone only has imagination without enough knowledge, and overstates how effective imagination is.

    Administrator
    University: University of Wisconsin
    January 29, 2021 at 8:49 pm

    I essentially[redundant adverb  ] agree that imagination seems[controdicting with ‘ I agree’  ] more important than knowledge in copious[word choice error  ] professions and academic fields[ unparallel – professions /fields ] . However, author[ article error ] actually[ redundant adverb ] draws an imprudent and absolute conclusion,[ spacing/grammatical error ] undervalues the complexity of (the situation)[ confusing ] . Accordingly, the applicability of the assertion[ what assertion? ] is dubious when it[unclear pronoun  ] comes to some particular statements[ what statements? ] . Specifically, (considering whether)[confusion  ] the claim is accurate, I (prefer to dispute)[controdicting  ] that if [article error  ] author exaggerates [ grammatical error/subjunctive ] or underestimates [ grammatical error ] the fact, [grammatical error  ] meditate on it[unclear pronoun  ] from different and concrete circumstances or standpoints.

    The author’s claim understates how terrible owning imagination without necessary knowledge is. From this point of view, knowledge is at least as significant as imagination, even more consequential than it. The reason is that we need to unremittingly study and exercise to maintain a high level of knowledge, but imagination requires no myriad practice. Thinking too highly of imagination will make people overlook the necessity of working hard on knowledge, which always means indolent in most professional and academic fields.

    Furthermore, the claim amounts to an overstatement when it comes to the effectiveness of imagination. Renowned professors in professions and academic fields may ascribe their achievements to ideas coming from their imagination, but don’t forget all of them are firstly erudite in their fields. Indeed, most of us have to spend a lot both in time and vigor when we are imagining, unless we get enough knowledge that can help us confine the province in our naturally infinitive minds. Even after we own sufficient knowledge, imagination is still a marathon. In short, imagination can not leave the basis of knowledge, and imagination itself is not a shortcut for achievement. Its effectiveness does not match such an important position.

    Notwithstanding, I still fundamentally agree with the claim when it comes to the essence of knowledge and imagination. Knowledge is what we already know, but what we are looking for in most professions and academic fields is something we know nothing. Researchers do not have the prescience to know the content, even the form, of the conclusion in numerous researches. From this point of view, imagination is more significant than knowledge, because it is the imagination, not the knowledge, grasp something out of “nothing” .

    In the final analysis, as for the author’s broader assertion, I agree that imagination is more important than knowledge has its rationale. Nevertheless, the accuracy of the claim is suspectable in particular statements mentioned above. The claim belittles the outcome if someone only has imagination without enough knowledge, and overstates how effective imagination is.

    Administrator
    University: University of Wisconsin
    January 29, 2021 at 8:56 pm

    Partial revision. All sentences are confusing.