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    theory defines knowledge as ‘justified true belief’: S knows that P if and only if (i) P is true, (ii) S believes that P, and (iii) S is justified in believing that P. Each of these three conditions (truth, belief, and justification) is necessary for knowledge, and altogether they are jointly sufficient for having knowledge. As a counter to JTB, Edmund Gettier posed a serious challenge when he introduced the Gettier problem. The Gettier problems are cases of situations in which a person has a justified true belief that fails to be knowledge. Lets look at one case. Smith and Jones both applied for a job. The company president told Smith that Jones would…

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    Solving the Gettier Problem American philosopher Edmund L. Gettier challenges the way knowledge is analyzed in his famous 1963 paper “Is Justified True Belief Knowledge?” Gettier writes two cases in his paper, which illustrate that knowledge is more than just true belief and justification. As a side note: when I refer to the term “justification,” readers should know that justification is different from one person to another. Also, justification can change throughout time (Mason, “D. Knowledge…

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    Is there a difference between justified true belief and knowledge? For the philosopher Plato, these terms defined knowledge, until the philosopher Edmund Gettier proposed the contrary. Gettier suggested the knowledge is more than true justified and belief, so according to Gettier Plato’s theory does not define knowledge, because true, belief and justification can be satisfy. However, it does not exactly mean knowledge. Knowledge from my point of view is more complex than what Plato proposed. In…

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    The Gettier problem, in the field of epistemology, is a landmark philosophical problem with our understanding of knowledge. Attributed to American philosopher Edmund Gettier, The Gettier Problem challenged the long-held notion that justified true belief was knowledge. In the account of JTB, to have a proposition show knowledge one must have met all 3 conditions (Justification, truth, and belief). The Gettier Problem challenged this with two counter examples showing that some have justified true…

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