Epistemology

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1. What is Ability Knowledge?

  • Having the ability to do something (knowing 'how') Eg. How to ride a bike
  • Knowing/being familiar with a person/place/situation etc (knowing 'of')
  • Knowing some fact or statement (knowing 'that')
  • Having the ability to be something
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2. What is Propositional Knowledge?

  • Knowing some fact or statement (knowing 'that')
  • Knowing/being familiar with a person/place/situation etc (knowing 'of')
  • Knowing that something is the case
  • Having the ability to do something (knowing 'how') Eg. How to ride a bike

3. What is Acquaintance Knowledge?

  • Knowing some fact or statement (knowing 'that')
  • Knowing something is true
  • Knowing/being familiar with a person/place/situation etc (knowing 'of')
  • Having the ability to do something (knowing 'how') Eg. How to ride a bike

4. What are the three necessary and sufficient conditions in the Tripartite Definition- Plato

  • Wisdom, Justified, Belief
  • Justified, Evidence, True
  • Justified, True, Belief (JTB)
  • Knowledge, True, Belief

5. What is a proposition?

  • A claim that a particular argument is supported by the best available evidence and should therefore be taken as factual
  • A claim that something is true or false about the world. Propositions can be true or false. It 'proposes' that one version of events (rather than another is true.
  • A claim that something is or is not the case or that something did or did not happen
  • A claim that something is true or false about the world. It 'proposes' that one version of events (rather than another is true.

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