Knowledge (Explicit, Implicit and Tacit): Philosophical Aspects

  title={Knowledge (Explicit, Implicit and Tacit): Philosophical Aspects},
  author={M. Davies},
  • M. Davies
  • Published 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Explicit knowledge is knowledge that the knower can make explicit by means of a verbal statement; implicit knowledge is knowledge that is not explicit. [...] Key Method Chomsky's notion of tacit knowledge of the rules of a generative grammar provided the theoretical background for research on artificial grammar learning (AGL). Results and disputes in AGL research are reviewed, with particular reference to requirements on testing for conscious versus unconscious knowledge. No test is guaranteed to meet the…Expand Abstract
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