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Isn’t Sosa’s own account a sensitivity account? And isn’t it precisely in being a sensitivity account that it is able to deliver those advantages? Sosa’s explanation for why (E4) can seem not to be known clearly employs the first of SCA’s two claims: 1 S’s belief that p is insensitive. He combines this with the following in his explanation: (b) Safety is a necessary condition for knowledge. (c) Because it is the contrapositive of sensitivity, we easily confuse safety with sensitivity. In fact, we can construe Sosa’s account as an indirect sensitivity account, which uses (b)–(c) as its explanation for why (2) holds: it’s because of (b)–(c) that we so often think that insensitive beliefs are not knowledge.

If our intuitions about such cases are correct, the cases are counterexamples to the theories of knowledge on which direct sensitivity accounts are based, since they show that (a) is false. But such cases also provide exceptions to the generalization (2), utilized by even indirect sensitivity accounts, for about such cases we are not inclined to judge that the subject doesn’t know, despite the apparent insensitivity of the subject’s belief. Of course, I’ve formulated (2) so that it is perfectly compatible with there being exceptions to the tendency it posits.

He has had illuminating and influential things to say about virtually every topic in epistemology and I have learned much from his writings. It is with great pleasure and gratitude that I contribute to this collection of essays on his work. 1 My comments concern two central topics in his work – the structure of knowledge, and the nature of the epistemic mind–world connection. The Structure of Knowledge For Sosa, there are two kinds of knowledge – animal knowledge (cognitio) and reflective knowledge (scientia).

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