Timothy Williamson describes an example which he takes to establish the possibility of knowledge in the presence of the extreme improbability to one that one knows. Prima facie, it seems such an example doesn't sit well with evidentialism, for then one's (total) evidence could support knowledge level justification for p, yet at the same time support the same level of justification for the proposition that you don't know.
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