Is knowing how to do something just a matter of knowing that something is true? Ryle famously argued that it is not. Stanley and Williamson more recently but almost as famously argued that it is. We will dig into that debate, in parallel with even more recent debates about whether understanding and wisdom are kinds of knowledge. That parallel treatment will help us get clearer not only on what knowing how, understanding, and wisdom are, but also about what is at stake in these debates. This seminar complements both the Hauptseminar on Practical Truth and the Vorlesung on Akrasia: all three bear directly on debates about phronesis, and so on Aristotelian Ethics. Students are therefore encouraged to attend either or both of those in conjunction with this seminar, though neither participation in those courses nor interest in phronesis is required.