Aristotle claims that humans desire knowledge, and that human beings use their senses to describe, claim, or understand something. Senses such as sight, sound, taste, touch, etc. But, Aristotle says that humans should stop relying on their senses and start relying on experience.
Like craftsman, they learn and perfect their art or craft through experiences: hence they learn and grow. He explains that there is a difference between craftsmen and experienced people though. He justifies this with: “…experience is knowledge of particulars, whereas craft is knowledge of universals.”
It intrigues me to think that not everyone comes across knowledge the same way. some learn through experience where as others learn through knowledge of the cause. Though it confuses me to what the sense end up having to do with either the craftsmen or a regular man because the senses deceive all humans.