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 PHIL 200-001 - Sokrates and Plato
 Consistency: A Necessary Condition of Knowledge?
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Tom Trelogan
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Posted - Feb 16 2013 :  10:14:47 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Here's a place where we can dig into this question still further.

At least some of us think we have a pretty good answer to this question already (we can't know that a statement is true unless it is true, and to be true it has to be logically consistent) but are we all completely satisfied with this answer?

If you'd like a bit of review as to how we got here (and as to how another section of this class came to essentially the same conclusion just a few summers ago), see my online lecture on the course wiki on "Consistency and Knowledge."

So what do you think?

[Lightly edited to enhance readability -TT]
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