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Single Idea 19505

[catalogued under 11. Knowledge Aims / B. Certain Knowledge / 2. Common Sense Certainty]

Full Idea

The three main objections to Moore's common-sense refutation of scepticism is that it either begs the question, or it just offers a rival view instead of a refutation, or it uses 'know' in a conversationally inappropriate way.

Gist of Idea

Moore begs the question, or just offers another view, or uses 'know' wrongly

Source

report of Duncan Pritchard (Epistemological Disjunctivism [2012], 3.2) by PG - Db (ideas)

Book Reference

Pritchard,Duncan: 'Epistemological Disjunctivism' [OUP 2012], p.114


A Reaction

[I deserve applause for summarising two pages of Pritchard's wordy stuff so neatly]

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