Gettier Case and the Justified True Belief Theory

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How do philosophers traditionally define knowledge?

What distinguishes opinions from beliefs?

What is the difference between a belief and an opinion?

Which of the following best describes knowledge according to the text?

Why does Edmund Gettier propose the Gettier case?

What is one of the main problems of the justified true belief theory of knowledge?

What is the phenomenon known as hindsight bias?

Why is being right about something not the same as knowing it?

What distinguishes information from data?

What is essential in determining the truthfulness of a claim?

What is the significance of engaging in critical thinking?

How does knowledge differ from information?

What distinguishes beliefs from opinions?

According to Plato's hierarchy of knowledge, what characterizes belief or opinion (Doxa)?

How does Episteme differ from belief or opinion according to the text?

Why can believing something to be true not be considered the same as actually knowing it according to the text?

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Explore the complexities of human knowledge and the challenges presented by the justified true belief theory, including Edmund Gettier's critique through the Gettier case. Delve into the factors influencing knowledge and the evolution of beliefs in light of evidence and technology.

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