Epistemology mindmap

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  • E p i s t e m o l o g y
    • DIFFERENT TYPES OF KNOWLEDGE
      • ABILITY: 'Knowing how'
      • ACQUAINTANCE: Knowing 'of' involves first hand experience
      • PROPOSOTIONAL: Knowing 'that' knowledge a proposition is true of false.
    • TRIPARTITE VIEW
      • It claims to give necessary and sufficient conditions for knowledge.
      • Three components
        • BELIEF: s believes that p
          • e.g Sharon believes that Paris the capital of France
        • TRUTH: p is true
          • e.g Paris is the capital of France
        • JUSTIFICATION: S has adequate or sufficient knowledge for p, or is justified for believing that p
          • e.g Sharon has read that Paris I the capital of  France in a trustworthy encyclopaedia.

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