What Mary Didn't Know

  title={What Mary Didn't Know},
  author={Frank Cameron Jackson},
  journal={The Journal of Philosophy},
  • F. Jackson
  • Published 1 May 1986
  • Education
  • The Journal of Philosophy
What Mary Didn't Know About Tacit Knowledge
The existence of qualia disproves the assumption that all tacit knowledge is potentially capable of being converted into explicit knowledge, and it is recommended that IS researchers resist blindly accepting this assumption as one of the foundations of their argument.
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