Philosophical Quarterly 55 (219):337–342 (2005)
|Abstract||Charles Travis promotes a conception of knowledge on which knowledge is unmistakable. I raise some issues about what he means by this. Though sympathetic to his project, I give reasons for doubting that he has shown that all knowledge depends on having proof|
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