Supported by Good Reasons Discussion

Supported by Good Reasons Discussion

QUESTION: Using Plato’s definition of knowledge as “justified, true, belief” address the following scenarios, indicating whether Eddy has “knowledge” according to the trilogy of Platonic requirements.

Answer the 4 questions below using “platos definition of knowledge” and write the conclusion in complete sentences. A few sentences per question. Each part of the question needs to be addressed. Discuss why the statement is justified, true, or a belief”

  1. Eddy believes that his wife’s birthday is today, but his wife’s birthday really is next week. Discuss.
    1. Justified?
    2. True?
    3. Belief?
    4. Conclusion:
  2. Eddy has no opinion about the date of his wife’s birthday and his wife’s birthday is today. Discuss.
    1. Justified?
    2. True?
    3. Belief?
    4. Conclusion:
  3. Eddy randomly throws a dart at the calendar while shouting “Doni” (his wife’s name) and the dart lands on today’s date and based on this chance result Eddy decides that today is his wife’s birthday, and as a matter of fact, today is his wife’s birthday. Discuss.
    1. Justified?
    2. True?
    3. Belief?
    4. Conclusion:
  4. Eddy glances at his wife’s driver’s license and notices that today is her birthday. Eddy has no reason to believe that the date on his wife’s license is inaccurate. Based on these considerations, Eddy believes that today is his wife’s birthday. It is true that today is his wife’s birthday. Discuss.
    1. Justified?
    2. True?
    3. Belief?
    4. Conclusion:cycle Supported by Good Reasons Discussion Supported by Good Reasons Discussion

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