As mentioned before, *``Pat knows Mike's telephone number''*
is written

We can write *``Pat knows Mike's telephone number is 333-3333''*

where *K*(*P*,*Q*) is the proposition that *denot*(*P*) knows the proposition *Q*
and *Concept*1(``333-3333'') is
some standard concept of that telephone number.

The two ways of expressing knowledge are somewhat interdefinable, since we can write

and

Here asserts that *A* is a constant, i.e. a concept
such that we are willing to say that *P* knows *X* if he knows it
equals *A*. This is clear enough for some
domains like integers, but it is not obvious how to treat knowing
a person.

Using the *standard concept* function *Concept*1,
we might replace (41) by

(41) and (42) express a *denotational* definition
of *Know* in terms of *K*. A *conceptual* definition seems to require
something like

where *Concept*2 is a suitable function from things to concepts and may
not be available for all sorts of objects.

Sun Mar 10 22:57:10 PST 1996