Epistemically praiseworthy, non-propositional procedural elements of a cognitive system thought to underlie abilities where performance of a task is consistently better than chance. See knowledge, epistemology.
<Details & References> Charles Wallis
Justified true belief (until the introduction of the Gettier problem). See epistemology.
An argument from Frank Jackson (1982) purporting to show that physicalism is false on the ground that there exist facts that cannot be known solely in virtue of knowing all the physical facts. See dualism, consciousness.
<Details & References> Adam Vinueza
Knowledge that enters into the production of behaviors and/or the constitution of mental states but is not ordinarily accessible to consciousness. See also cognize, knowledge, implicit memory, Background, rules.
<Details & References> Daniel Barbiero
knowledge under entailment, principle of closure of:
If S knows p, and p entails q, then S knows q. See Cartesian skepticism.
knowledge under known entailment, principle of closure of:
If S knows p, and S knows that p entails q, then S knows q. See Cartesian skepticism.
If S knows p, then S knows that S knows p.