Not Knowing that you Know: A New Objection to the Defeasibility Theory of Knowledge
Foley (2012: 93–98) and Turri (2012: 215–19) have recently given objections to the defeasibility theory of propositional knowledge. Here, I give an objection of a quite different stripe by looking at what the theory must say about knowing that you know. I end with some remarks on how this objection relates to rival theories and how this might be a worry for some of these.
Oxford University Press
WILLIAMS, John N..(2015). Not Knowing that you Know: A New Objection to the Defeasibility Theory of Knowledge. Analysis, 75(2), 213-217.
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