The Contrast-Sensitivity of Knowledge Ascriptions
Knowledge ascriptions are contrast-sensitive. One natural explanation for this is that the knowledge relation is contrastive (s knows that p rather than q). But can the binary view of knowledge (s knows that p) explain contrast-sensitivity? I review some
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