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- Oct 2021
Factual and procedural knowledge often refer to each other.
Both could conform a self referential system of mutual definition?
Conceptual knowledge has a hierarchical structure, with the definition of every concept referring to more fundamental concepts. This leads to the question of where this recursive process ends, i.e. what the most fundamental concepts are. When considering human knowledge as a whole, this is a non-trivial problem in epistemology.
Also there is a question of self-reference and bootstrapping:
- If/when a knowledge network is defined by the mutual relation between elements on the same level, instead of the ones at the "bottom". And
- once you have reached the level of self-referentiality and mutual definition how can you go up