List the main types of knowledge explain them and describe how they are united or interlinked or How do I experience myself as a knower (e g questioning judging) In what ways am I tempted to be inauthentic in my knowing

This paper explores the types of knowledge and the connection between the different types of knowledge.
When one talks about ‘know-that’ knowledge, he/she implies the knowledge of acquaintance to some phenomenon. This kind of knowledge uses the language ‘I know that’ in asserting a personal experience with somebody or something. For a person to know a thing or another person, they must have had a personal interaction that results in close understanding of the person or object. For example, ‘I know the location of White House’ is a personal knowledge that has manifested through experience and acquaintance.
‘Know-how’ knowledge focuses on how to accomplish certain missions or perform certain jobs. Procedural knowledge comes through consistent practice and determination to know how to do certain things in life. For example, ‘I know how to cook’ is a knowledge that involves a skill that a person can acquire though learning and practice. ‘Know-how’ is usually universal in the sense that a person can apply the knowledge in any part of the world provided all the factors remain constant. More often than not, people use procedural knowledge to perform their daily tasks.
The third type of knowledge is the ‘Know-you’ and philosophers have a special interest in this kind of knowledge. Fundamentally, this kind of knowledge deals with the ‘interpersonal aspect of people and unlike the ‘know-that’, ‘Know-you’ deals with facts and evidence. When a person claims that he/she is well versed with a particular theory, person, or thing and they provide facts to justify in-depth knowledge, then such persons have gained ‘Know-you’ knowledge about the subject matter. Epistemology focuses on propositional knowledge more than it does on ‘know-that’ and ‘know-how.’ It is so because ‘Know-you’ knowledge brings