Easy Knowledge Makes No Difference: Reply to Wielenberg

Logos and Episteme 6 (2):221–224 (2015)
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Abstract

We have recently proposed a diagnosis of what goes wrong in cases of ‘easy-knowledge.’ Erik Wielenberg argues that there are cases of easy knowledge thatour proposal cannot handle. In this note we reply to Wielenberg, arguing that our proposal does indeed handle his cases.

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Juan Comesaña
Rutgers - New Brunswick
Carolina Sartorio
University of Arizona

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