The traditional definition of knowledge is a belief that is both justified and true. A belief is any idea that one has in mind that they think is true. So if one has a belief that actually is true and meets the qualifications for being epistemically justified, then it qualifies as knowledge according to this definition.

The Enlightened Worldview Project

Using modern phenomenology

to make sense of consciousness,

to establish a solid foundation for morality,

to answer the question of ultimate explanation,

and other great questions of life