knowledge justified true belief as Plato thought?

Plato’s concept of knowledge (Image from setthings.com)

“If you do not really believe in the existence of truth, what is the passion for truthfulness a passion for? In pursuing truthfulness, what are you supposedly being true to?”

— Bernard Williams

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Flannery has a PhD in Comparative Literature. She teaches French, Italian, and visual media. Her book on Taiwanese cinema can be found on Amazon.

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Flannery Wilson

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Flannery has a PhD in Comparative Literature. She teaches French, Italian, and visual media. Her book on Taiwanese cinema can be found on Amazon.

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