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Since (2) and (3) entail that someone could have justified true belief but no knowledge, we may conclude that knowledge cannot be justified true belief. In much the same vein, Davidson (1987, 47)(More)
Adherents of two-dimensionalist semantics have devised a powerful argument to show that the Kripke-Putnam semantics is in need of an overhaul. Kripke and Putnam take “Water is H2O” to be necessary as(More)
‘Two-dimensional semantics’ denotes a family of semantic theories rooted in intensional semantics, held together by shared general ideas, yet divided by deep divergences in semantic aims and(More)
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