This Diagram is the Most Clear Description of my understanding of Knowledge...
But... apparently there is one Little Thing missing...
" The classical definition, described but not ultimately endorsed by Plato, specifies that a statement must meet three criteria in order to be considered knowledge:
It must be justified, true and believed. "
my favourite diagram is missing the 'Justified' circle...
I think i'm to Thick to grasp the difference between 'Justification' and 'Believe', thinking that to be able to say that "I Believe This" is based upon the ability to Justify 'This'.
This diagram makes One Thing very Clear to me; (with or without the 'Justification' bubble),
to further my Confusion on the difference between Justification and Believe...
the next, and in my opinion brilliant, statement was made by Donald Rumsfeld on the 12th of Feb 2002:
"There are Known Knowns; there are Things we Know we Know.
We also know there are Known Unknowns; that is to say We Know there are Some things we Do Not Know...
But there are also Unknown Unknowns; the ones we Don't Know we Don't Know."
but, however brilliant... something is wrong here...
i can only think of two Possible Reasons for this 'Wrong':
1) This just shows up the Lack of Creativity in his thinking ( nah, the guy is on top of his game in Both Industry as Politics... Wouldn't be there if he didn't have any Creativity... it Must be This: )
2) he Doesn't Want to Draw Attention to the Forth Possible Option
What 'Forth Possible Option'?
the Beuselaer :)