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|Reliability Theory||I 81
Reliability Theory: (extreme form): one can o know that P, by simply indicating a dispositional reliable litmus test that P or not P, even if one has absolutely nothing to say, which could support or explain why one believes or rejects P.
Knowledge without any anchoring of reasons.
Reliability Theory / Wright: extreme form: makes the subject the bearer of reliable differential responsive dispositions, RDRD - no reasons, only regular right reaction - Assertibility: needs reasons.
Wahrheit und Objektivität Frankfurt 2001