Here is one traditional deconstruction of the concept of knowledge. As powerful as it seems, we should be wary and keep in mind that ultimately Knowledge may be sui generis, that is: it is a holistic notion that stands by itself—unique in its blend of characteristics—rather than being perfectly and fully analyzable into a set of simpler foundational concepts.
Why is the metaphor of the three legged stool being used here?
Does this way of looking at knowledge encompass Absolute Certainty?
Can there be knowledge without mind?
Where, if at all, might the sensation of immediate experience, self-awareness, “knowing that you know,” be located in this model?
Where does emotion fit. Does it drive belief?