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Look up competence, incompetence in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Competence is the ability to perform some task. Incompetence is its opposite. Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary is a Wikimedia Foundation project intended to be a free wiki dictionary (hence: Wiktionary) (including thesaurus and lexicon) in every language. ...

In cell biology, competence is the ability of a cell, usually a bacterium, to take extracellular (naked) DNA from its environment (for example, the DNA of a lysed cell nearby) and incorporate the DNA into its genome. ... It has been suggested that Four stages of competence be merged into this article or section. ... Administrative incompetence is a term used to describe administrative behaviours that are dysfunctional or that hinder attainment of organization goals. ... Military incompetence refers to failures of members of the military. ... Charles Darwin, the originator of the theory of natural selection. ... Dunning-Kruger Syndrome is the phenomenon whereby people who have little knowledge systematically think that they know more than others who have much more knowledge. ... Hanlons Razor, a corollary of Finagles law, is an adage which reads - Also worded as - The origin of this adage is unknown. ... In law, competence is conerns the mental capacity of a individual to participate in legal proceedings. ... Incompetence is a dystopian novel by Red Dwarf co-creator Rob Grant. ...

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competency and competencies @ the informal education homepage (2429 words)
The notion of competence described above is a pale and demeaning shadow of the Greek notion of aretè or that of virtus in ancient Rome.
Competence and competences are broad capacities (which a close relation to the sort of virtues that Brezinka was concerned with).
In the case of the former we might talk of a competent informal educator; in the latter a competent piece of driving.
Competence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (165 words)
Competence (biology) is the ability of a cell to incorporate extracellular DNA from its environment.
Competence (human resources) is a standardized requirement for an individual to properly perform a specific job.
Competence (law) is the mental capacity of an individual to participate in legal proceedings.
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