• Areeb Salim
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    What is the best description of the “Gettier Problem”?


    a. An argument against the principle of deductive closure for justification: If S believes P justifiedly and P implies Q, then S believes Q justifiedly.

    b. An argument against the logical principle of existential generalization: F(a) implies that there is something that is F.

    c. A form of skepticism about knowledge that arises in workplace scenarios.


    d. The apparent problem that the JTB account of knowledge does not have the correct extension; and the attending challenge of figuring out what the missing ingredient is.
  • creativesoul
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    What is the best description of the “Gettier Problem”?Areeb Salim

    Proof that 'logical' entailment is a misnomer.
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