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Contextualism and the Factivity of Knowledge

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The present paper defines two versions of contextualism about "know": "normal-indexical" contextualism, and "monster-indexical" contextualism. We argue that the former yields counterintuitive results, while the latter entails the rejection of the factivity of knowledge. We conclude that neither of them can properly account for the notion of knowledge.
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halshs-00556242 , version 1 (17-01-2011)

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Franck Lihoreau, Manuel Rebuschi. Contextualism and the Factivity of Knowledge. D. Lukasiewicz & R. Pouivet. Scientific Knowledge and Common Knowledge, Publishing House Epigram and University of Kazimierz Wielki Press, Bydgoszcz, pp.209-224, 2009. ⟨halshs-00556242⟩
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