Solving the Skeptical Problem

@article{DeRose1995SolvingTS,
  title={Solving the Skeptical Problem},
  author={K. DeRose},
  journal={The Philosophical Review},
  year={1995},
  volume={104},
  pages={1}
}
  • K. DeRose
  • Published 1995
  • Psychology
  • The Philosophical Review
ed from Nozick's account of knowledge and skepticism. According to SCA, the problem with my belief that I'm not a BIV-and I do have such a belief, as do most of us-is that I would have this belief (that I'm not a BIV) even if it were false (even if I were one). It is this that makes it hard to claim to know that I'm not a BIV. For, according to SCA, we have a very strong general, though not exceptionless, inclination to think that we don't know that P when we think that our belief that P is a… Expand
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