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11. Knowledge Aims / A. Knowledge / 5. Knowing How

[having a skill which may be inarticulate]

7 ideas
Experience knows particulars, but only skill knows universals [Aristotle]
It takes skill to know causes, not experience [Aristotle]
Things are produced from skill if the form of them is in the mind [Aristotle]
Knowing that must come before knowing how [Fodor]
Knowing-that is a much richer kind of knowing-how [Gulick]
Many cases of knowing how can be expressed in propositional terms (like how to get somewhere) [Crane]
Ryle's dichotomy between knowing how and knowing that is too simplistic [Maund]