Without Justification

Without Justification By Jonathan Sutton
Publisher: The MIT Press 2007 | 188 Pages | ISBN: 026269347X , 0262195550 | File type: PDF | 3 mb

In the contentious debate among contemporary epistemologists and philosophers regarding justification, there is one consensus: justification is distinct from knowledge; there are justified beliefs that do not amount to knowledge, even if all instances of knowledge are instances of justified belief. In Without Justification, Jonathan Sutton forcefully opposes this claim. He proposes instead that justified belief simply is knowledge—not because there is more knowledge than has been supposed, but because there are fewer justified beliefs. There are, he argues, Follow Rules!

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