According to the telic virtue epistemology to be laid out, the epistemic domain is one where we perform alethically, aiming at getting it right, whether through judgment (intentional and even conscious) or through functional perception or belief, where the aim would be teleological rather than intentional. Knowledge in this view is a form of action. It involves endeavors to get it right. More broadly it concerns aimings, which can be functional rather than intentional. Attempts are found in domains of human performance, such as sports, games, artistic domains, professional domains like medicine and the law, and so on. These feature distinctive aims, and corresponding competences. The epistemic normativity of interest in our account is thus one of judgments as attempts. Consider the part of epistemology containing Plato's questions as to the nature and value of knowledge: the theory of knowledge.