On our knowledge of matters of fact

Mind 83 (331):388-405 (1974)
Abstract
The traditional conception of knowledge as justified true belief has collapsed under weighty objections. Some of these are well known; but others, though equally weighty and puzzling, have attracted comparatively little attention, and still demand careful study. Only through such study can we approach correct understanding of propositional knowledge.
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DOI 10.1093/mind/LXXXIII.331.388
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