One definition of Knowledge is Justified True Belief. In this episode, we will have a closer look at what this means.
One definition of Knowledge is Justified True Belief. Believing something and knowing something is not the same thing. But you must believe it, in order to know it. The thing that you believe must also be true, and you must be able to justify it. You can not know things that are not true. This can cause problems, though: what if it turns out that the things that you believed to be true are not true? Can we then know anything at all?