Knowledge (Explicit, Implicit and Tacit): Philosophical Aspects

@inproceedings{Davies2015KnowledgeI,
  title={Knowledge (Explicit, Implicit and Tacit): Philosophical Aspects},
  author={Martin Davies},
  year={2015}
}
Explicit knowledge is knowledge that the knower can make explicit by means of a verbal statement; implicit knowledge is knowledge that is not explicit. Chomskyan tacit knowledge of rules can be understood as requiring a particular structure in the content-involving explanations of transitions between internal representations. States of tacit knowledge are different from beliefs and states of explicit knowledge in that their content is at least partly nonconceptual. Several applications of the… CONTINUE READING