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Synopsis of Keith DeRose’s “Solving the Skeptical Problem”
Contextualism in epistemology aims at solving the skeptical problem,
as presented in the argument from ignorance:
1. I don’t know that not-H;
2. If I don’t know that not-H, then I don’t know that O., so C. I don’t know that O. H is a skeptic hypothesis (like I am a bodiless brain in a vat) and O is an ordinary belief (like I have hands).
Argument Of Ignorance
Length: 5 pages (1430 Words)
There have been some formulations aimed at solving the argument of reason as evident in Keith DeRose’s book. Contextualization, strategy of the contextualize area are good examples of how it can be achieved. Although philosophers have formulated various analogies that are set to help in solving the problem of argument of reason, this can be achieved by establishing the claim of the argument from ignorance. The last stems from the truth of its first and second premises; such scenario is possible under the premises that the context has significantly high standards.