facts, information, and skills acquired through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject.
The most common definition is "Justified True Belief", but there are examples called Gettier cases that show that one can have a justified true belief that is not knowledge because the justification for the belief is false. — Cidat
So what is the perfect definition of knowledge? — Cidat
How should we define knowledge? In context. — Fooloso4
Humans have knowledge when they demonstrate the application. — Richard B
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