Here’s an argument that every respectable epistemologist will reject the conclusion of. But I wonder which premise most people will think is false.
- If S has a justified, true belief that p, then S is aware that p.
- If S is aware that p, then S knows that p
- So, if S has a justified, true belief that p, then S knows that p.
At a pinch, I’d say premise 2 is false. But I’d be interested to know which premise other people think is false.
Posted by Brian Weatherson in Uncategorized