Ideas from 'Contextualism Contested (and reply)' by Earl Conee [2005], by Theme Structure

[found in 'Contemporary Debates in Epistemology (2nd ed)' (ed/tr Steup/Turri/Sosa) [Wiley Blackwell 2014,978-0-470-67209-9]].

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13. Knowledge Criteria / C. External Justification / 6. Contextual Justification / a. Contextualism
People begin to doubt whether they 'know' when the answer becomes more significant
13. Knowledge Criteria / C. External Justification / 6. Contextual Justification / b. Invariantism
Maybe knowledge has fixed standards (high, but attainable), although people apply contextual standards
Maybe low knowledge standards are loose talk; people will deny that it is 'really and truly' knowledge