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Unformatted text preview: evidenc. One is more complicated than the other. Not a strong enough reason to make this claim knowledge. Another proble, Cohen speaks of, the claim I am BIV is a defeat. For any 2 propositions, p and q, p is an undercutting defeater for q, just in case, if p were true, this would undermine ones reasons for thinking q is true. BIV is an undercutting defeater for thinking we have two hands. 2. Deny closure principle (Cp: if you know that p and you know that q follows from p, then you are in a position to know that q.) to know something, it must have a probability of 100% but if the prob is 100%, then you know it. if p entails q, the prob of p should be equal than or less than q. Knowledge is true belief and sensitive: The belief that p is sensitive, is to believe in p if it is true, and not believe it when it is false. Your beliefs track the truth 3. Contextualism...
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- Fall '07