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13. Knowledge Criteria / C. External Justification / 4. Tracking the Facts

[hallmark of knowledge is tracking facts if they shift]

3 ideas
For Stoics knowledge is an assertion which never deviates from the truth [Stoic school, by Diog. Laertius]
A true belief isn't knowledge if it would be believed even if false. It should 'track the truth' [Nozick, by Dancy,J]
With a counterfactual account of the causal theory, we get knowledge as tracking or sensitive to truth [Vahid]