Factual vs Learning

Factual vs Learning? I’ve been thinking about this for a few days. Learning can be seen as “The act, process, or experience of gaining knowledge or skill.” Whereas Factual is just about acquiring facts, knowing the “right” answers. But life isn’t like that, and history certainly isn’t like that, who’s telling the history and who the history is about will be different. For example two people could look at the history of Irish partition, which happened nearly a hundred years ago, but an IRA member would have a very different take to a unionist on the same event. This doesn’t make one right and the other wrong. When we start to become more concerned with the knowledge than the process, is when we can become narrow minded, and miss so many things. (In case anyone was wondering this whole thinking was prompted by iplayer having “learning” for children’s programs, but factual for adult ones.)