What would a good answer to this question – call it (WK) – look like? What I’m going to call the standard analytic approach (SA) says that:\ud (A) The way to answer WK is to analyse the concept of\ud knowledge. \ud (B) To analyse the concept of knowledge is to come up with noncircular necessary and sufficient conditions for someone to know that something is the case. \ud Is the standard analytic approach to WK the right approach? If not, what would be a better way of doing things? These are the questions I’m going to tackle here. I want to look at some criticisms of SA and consider the prospects for a different, non-standard analytic approach (NA) to WK
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