Su is observing the night shy. Only two heavenly bodies are visible. One of them is Venus, which is a planet but looks like a star; and the other is Polaris, which is in feet a star. Su wrongly believes that both of them are stars. Her friend points to Polaris and ask Su, “is that a star?”, and Su says “Yes”. Does Su know that the heavenly body painted at is a star? Consider it in perspective of 3 papers.
1-) The Standart Analysis, Gettier —> 1 paragraph of consideration of paper, then write what you can drive from it 2-) Goldman’s casual theory —> 1 paragraph of consideration, then write what you can drive from it 3-) Klein’s Neodetector Theory—> 1 paragraph of consideration, then write what you can drive from it Precision of the discussion is very important, every sentence has to be precise. 2 pages of the essay is for this argument.
2-) If you are open- minded enough, you can question anything you believe to be true. If you can question your belief, then you do not know that it is true. Therefore, open-minded people do not know anything. Critically discuss this argument, in perspective of Peter Unger An Argument for Skepticism. Please be creative on this work. You are welcome to put in other people’s work as well. 3 Pages for this question.