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PART ONE The Traditional Analysis of Knowledge
Knowledge and Belief
Is Justified True Belief Knowledge?
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A. J. Ayer accidental adequate to completely analysis of knowledge answer assertion basic statements basis believing H C. I. Lewis causal chain causal connection causal process cause of S's Champawat claim Clark's analysis completely adequate responses completely justified conjunction consider Coriscus correct counterexamples definition of knowledge Duosmith epistemic logic Ernest Sosa evidentially warranted evince example fact false statement Fleetfoot would win Ford Gaulle Gettier go downtown H is true happen Hence Hintikka implies indefensible inference ink-bottle Jean Jones has cancer Jones's justified in believing justified true belief Keith Lehrer Kentucky Derby knew knowl lieves misleading modal modal logic model set Nogot nonderivative knowledge person philosophers possible worlds prepared to say problem proposition question raining rational dialectic reason relevant requirement rules of rational S's belief say I know says Jones knows Seersmith sensu diviso sentence someone suppose sure tence Theaetetus things tion Togethersmith traditional analysis truth X knows