Propositional knowledge is information or understanding that can be represented in natural language or a more formal language such as mathematics and propositional logic. It is often contrasted with knowledge that is difficult to encode in a language such as how to ride a bike.
|Definition||Knowledge that can be represented in a language.|
|Examples||France is a country.
x + y > 20The sun is larger than the earth.|
|Synonyms||Descriptive Knowledge Declarative Knowledge |
|Antonyms||Tacit Knowledge Procedural Knowledge|
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