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Ideas of Keith DeRose, by Text

[American, b.1962, Professor at Yale University.]

2009 The Case for Contextualism
1.09 p.22 A contextualist coherentist will say that how strongly a justification must cohere depends on context
1.12 p.27 Classical invariantism combines fixed truth-conditions with variable assertability standards
1.14 p.34 We can make contextualism more precise, by specifying the discrimination needed each time
1.6 p.14 In some contexts there is little more to knowledge than true belief.
1.7 p.18 If contextualism is about knowledge attribution, rather than knowledge, then it is philosophy of language
1016 p.42 Contextualists worry about scepticism, but they should focus on the use of 'know' in ordinary speech