How do we Know When We Have Knowledge?

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To have an adequate theory of knowledge, various problems require precise resolutions. For instance, “What justification does S have for holding that P is true?” and “what justification do I have for holding that P is true?” What is familiar to these questions is an attempt to get at the nature of justification, as epistemology assumes that knowledge involves some sort of justification. The…