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Acquaintanceship knowledge is an aspect of social cognition and is the knowledge of people, places and things. As a concept it is distinct from both declarative knowledge (knowing that) and procedural knowledge (knowing how).

The concept was discussed by Bertrand Russell in his book Problems of Philosophy [1]. [2]

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  1. Free audiobook of The Problems of Philosophy, from LibriVox
  2. Online Text of The Problems of Philosophy


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