What is Gettier’s aim in this article?
a. To show that true belief is not necessary for knowledge
b. To show that justified true belief is not necessary for knowledge
c. To show that justified true belief is not sufficient for knowledge
d. To show that true belief is not sufficient for knowledge
For his argument to work, which of the following must Gettier presuppose?
a. That it is possible to be justified in believing something false
b. That it is possible to refrain from believing something true
c. That knowledge can be acquired by almost any normally functioning human being
d. That knowledge entails the ability to articulate what is known
Which of the following does the success of Gettier’s counterexamples depend on?
a. The person in question is not justified in believing that P.
b. The person in question intuitively does not know that P.
c. The person in question does not satisfy the conditions of justified true belief.
d. The person in question has been deceived into believing that P.