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Epistemic Presupposition

  • Ernest Sosa
Chapter
Part of the Philosophical Studies Series in Philosophy book series (PSSP, volume 17)

Abstract

What follows introduces and explains a concept of epistemic presupposition with the following features.
  1. I.

    It helps elucidate some obscure concepts essential to recent theories of knowledge and justification.

     
  2. II.

    It facilitates a solution to the Gettier problem.

     
  3. III.

    It enables a disposition of several other vexing puzzles concerning knowledge and justification.

     

Keywords

Justify Belief Perceptual State Propositional Knowledge Relevant Alternative Gettier Case 
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References

  1. Gilbert Harman, Thought ( Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1973 ).Google Scholar
  2. Alvin Goldman, ‘Discrimination and Perceptual Knowledge,’ The Journal of Philosophy 73 (1976) 771–791.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Ernest Sosa, ‘How Do You Know?’ The American Philosophical Quarterly 11 (1974) 113–122.Google Scholar

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© D. Riedel Publishing Company 1979

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  • Ernest Sosa

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