When looking for knowledge issues, ask yourself:
1. How do we ACQUIRE knowledge? Look at how the WAYS OF KNOWING are embedded in knowledge claims and the relationships between them: reason, perception, emotion language.
2. How do we USE that knowledge? Look at how different AREAS OF KNOWLEDGE express knowledge issues, especially in their inter-realtions: Natural Sciences, Arts, Human Sciences, Ethics, History and Mathematics.
3. How can we be CERTAIN that what we know is TRUE? Explore BOTH the ADVANTAGES (proof, value, progress...) and PROBLEMS (bias, limitations, assumptions...) involved in our knowledge claims.