Answer to Question #98862 in Philosophy for mary

Question #98862
2. In the Theatetus, Plato rejects three accounts of knowledge. Give one of them and briefly say why he rejects it. What account of knowledge does he eventually endorse, or at least come closest to endorsing?
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2019-11-21T07:13:01-0500

One account of knowledge that Plato rejected is true judgement. He rejected this account because anything that lacks account is not knowable. Plato endorsed true judgement with an account. He asserted that true judgement with account is knowledge because it is knowable, hence any judgement without an account is perceiveabe but it cannot be classified as knowledge.


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