What is the difference between propositional and acquaintance knowledge? It seems that acquaintance knowledge deals with sets of propositional knowledge - both known and unknown sets of propositional knowledge:
- (Example from the unknown set) - "I may know the president of Japan, but I may not know in what position he sleeps."
- (Example from the known set) - "I know the president of Japan, and I know his age"
I've imagined acquaintance knowledge as a nebula and propositional knowledge as one of it's atoms. We know some atoms but some of them - for one reason or another - are not known.
Is my interpretation plausible?