|Abstract||A sceptic confronts us and utters the following sentences: (1) "George does not know that he is not a brain-in-a-vat (BIV)." (2) "If George does not know that he is not a BIV, then George does not know that he has hands." (3) "So, George does not know that he has hands.".|
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