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 ====== The Functional Relation in Tacit Knowing ====== ====== The Functional Relation in Tacit Knowing ======
  
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 When many philosophers speak about [epistemology](https://​plato.stanford.edu/​entries/​epistemology/​),​ they speak about how we know things and how we provide justification for what we know, and quite a bit of this epistemological work is spent on a certain kind of knowledge. This knowledge is the kind of knowledge that we articulate (make explicit) when we say a thing When many philosophers speak about [epistemology](https://​plato.stanford.edu/​entries/​epistemology/​),​ they speak about how we know things and how we provide justification for what we know, and quite a bit of this epistemological work is spent on a certain kind of knowledge. This knowledge is the kind of knowledge that we articulate (make explicit) when we say a thing
 [propositionally](https://​plato.stanford.edu/​entries/​propositions/​),​ like *I know that January is the first month of the year in the US*.(1) Such propositional knowledge is also sometimes referred to as *know-that* knowledge, and is often structured in a particularly grammatical way, at least for demonstration and analysis: e.g., *S* knows that *P*, or a *subject knows that predicate*. [propositionally](https://​plato.stanford.edu/​entries/​propositions/​),​ like *I know that January is the first month of the year in the US*.(1) Such propositional knowledge is also sometimes referred to as *know-that* knowledge, and is often structured in a particularly grammatical way, at least for demonstration and analysis: e.g., *S* knows that *P*, or a *subject knows that predicate*.
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 (1): [Amartya Sen](https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Amartya_Sen) addresses this (1): [Amartya Sen](https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Amartya_Sen) addresses this
 background work nicely in the preface to the *Tacit Dimension*. background work nicely in the preface to the *Tacit Dimension*.
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