The Paradox of Knowability and Factivity

Polish Journal of Philiosophy 8 (1):85-91 (2014)
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This paper shows that the knowability paradox isn’t a paradox because the derivation of the paradox is faulty. This is explained by showing that the K operator employed in generating the paradox is used equivocally and when the equivocation is eliminated the derivation fails.
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