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Habermas argues that there are three fundamental realms that make up the human life-world: work/labor, social interaction, and power. Associated with each of these realms is a corresponding definition of what constitutes knowledge. Habermas argues that the work realm is characterized by instrumental action that produces knowledge aimed at the technical control of that realm. This form of knowledge is therefore derived out of what he refers to as a "technical" knowledgeconstitutive (or cognitive) interest.