U mean the knowledge that is not equal to direct experience, like "i know what i will do tomorrow"?quantumcarl said:Experience would be a good candidate as a support mechanism for knowledge. But, what is the actual, physical make-up of knowledge? Is knowledge just some more electromagnetic patterns generated by several billion sodium/potassium pumps? Or is it genetically encoded? Or both???
It could be a physical construct organised in such a way that it represents a model of some situation, which can then be interpreted by the observer. Though he doesnt observe the real situation directly (and thus does not know from direct experience), he does observe the construct which may be similar to direct experience to some degree.
Im just speculating btw.