- Title Pages
1Knowledge Attributions to Minimal Epistemic Agents
2Knowledge and Knowing that p; “Knowledge” and “Knowing that p”
3The Variability of Know(s)-that Judgments
5Usage Traps in the Language of Iterated Knowledge Attributions
6Iterated and Ground-Floor Cognition, KK and K¬K Arguments and Empirical Studies
8Representational Justification and Challenges to “the Given”
9Confidence, Belief, and Knowledge; The Vagueness of “Know(s)”
10Usage Challenges to Fallibilism
11The (Complex) Structure of the Meaning of “Know(s)”
AppendixThe Aesthetics of Hangman Knots
- Attributing Knowledge
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