Joseph, I think both have of common social value, and in this sense they are not subjective (psychological), rather either personal (cf. Polanyi) or objective, or both. I see the difference between knowledge and meaning in their reference: knowledge refers to a wider or more general information, while meaning is an interpretation, explanation of perceived concepts, facts, statements, etc. Meaning is a commonly accepted evaluation (in some instances classification) of the obtained knowledge.
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