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|Knowledge||Definition knowledge: justified true beliefs - must be caused in the right way. - (Goldman) - (Gettier)
Knowledge: in order for the token "that is green" to express knowledge, one must not only have a symptom of the presence, but one must also know that this token is a symptom of the presence.
Justification: it presupposes - BrandomVsSellars: it presupposes that the reporter has to justify himself.
Knowledge/Brandom: 1) the one who knows must assign an inferentially structured, propositionally substantial definition (belief condition) - 2) assign an inheritable authorization for this definition - 3) the account holder must accept the same propositional definition that is assigned.
Knowledge/Plato: true opinion plus logical explanation is necessary.
Knowledge/Reliability theory/Brandom: one could believe that p without believing that one knows that p - because a belief is a different precondition of knowledge, it follows that if one does not even believe that one knows that p, then one does not know that one knows.
Expressive Vernunft Frankfurt 2000
Begründen und Begreifen Frankfurt 2001