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    Context: knowledge is not a form of belief

    The tripartite definition explains this difference by saying that knowledge is belief with additional conditions (truth, justification), however every attempt to spell out the conditions meets objections. This is a reason to think that knowledge is not a kind of belief at all. Knowledge is unanalysable-there are no necessary and sufficient conditions that accurately describe what knowledge is. [then he says this]...

    (If some analysis of knowledge is convincing, this theory loses much of its motivation)

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