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ChapGPT Doesn’t “Know” But It Can Tell

  Polanyi’s paradox, named in honor of the philosopher and polymath Michael Polanyi, states, “we know more than we can tell.” [1] He means that most of our knowledge is tacit and cannot be easily formalized with words.[2] In The Tacit Dimension, Polanyi gives the example of recognizing a face without being able to tell what facial features humans use to make such a distinction. The example of recognizing a face without being able to tell how describes Gestalt psychology which emerged in the early twentieth century as a theory of perception that rejected the basic principles of

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