Few of us wish to bow — to submit — to sceptical reasoning. Nor need we do so. Chapter 1 provided some prima facie grounds for thinking that knowledge of a fact can be better or worse. This chapter shows why, if knowledge can be like that, sceptical reasoning flounders.
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