Review Questions For Rosenberg pp. 46-55
  1. Summarize the important point Edie makes on page 46 about the difference between a belief’s being justified and its being true. What important consequence does this point have for the account of knowledge?

  2. What general point about knowledge is made by Edie's example of Otto on page 48?
  3. On page 49 Edie asks the question of what ought to be added to the account of knowledge as the fourth requirement for knowing that P. What is Justin’s first proposed answer to this question? How does Edie’s “Everlight Match” example count against this proposal?

  4. What two points does Gemma make on page 54 near the end of the conversation? How does Justin answer her? Does his reply to Gemma really answer her points adequately? Why or why not?
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