## Aquaintive Knowing That One

'Acquaintive knowing that one' is mental structures for identifying relations determinate of the unique *Q**.*

Prerequisite to 'acquaintive knowing that one' is 'recognitive knowing that one'.

The following conditions must be met in order for a teacher (T) to determine that a student (S) has become acquainted with Q, the object of knowing:

S is acquainted with Q if and only if

- S recognizes Q.
- S selects elements [q
_{i}... q_{j}] determinate of Q; and relations [r_{i}... r_{j}] determinate of Q.- Q is a state of affairs.
- T knows that the above conditions hold in order that S be acquainted with Q.
(George Maccia, cited in Frick [1997, p. 115]).

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