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What constitutes a good reason for believing something?
If you talk about knowledge, you talk about justified true believe. That means for knowledge to be knowledge you have to justify this knowledge with reasons. For example people have walked on the moon. Most of the people believe although there is no real justification for that. That's why we say that is believe. There are nine reasons for the justification.
Authority, Faith Logic, Intuition, Memory, Sense perception, Consensus Gentium, Self-awareness and Revelation.
Knowledge is classified by four characteristics. All of these characteristics must be met before one can make the statement…
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