Kenny Sansom

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Resources Points earned (2 per):
Blackburn* Ch. 4
Blackburn* Ch. 5
Blackburn* Ch. 6
Blackburn* Ch. 7
Duncan Pritchard's "Contemporary Skepticism"
Franz Huber's "Formal Representations of Belief"
George Pappas's "Internalist vs. Externalist Conceptions of Epistemic Justification"
James O. Young's "The Coherence Theory of Truth"
Michael Patrick Lynch's "Deception and the Nature of Truth"
Richard Fumerton's "Knowledge by Acquaintance vs. Description"
Robin Le Poidevin's "The Experience and Perception of Time"
Steven Luper's "The Epistemic Closure Principle"
Tim Crane's "The Problem of Perception"
Yitzhak Melamed, Martin Lin's "Principle of Sufficient Reason"

Knowledge Claim posts
K-Claim post Points (so far)
We can know things exist without seeing them 13
We can know things exist without seeing them. 10
The atom is the fundamental building block of the universe. 13

Attack/Defend/Reflect posts
A/D/R post Points (so far)
Kenny Sansom responds to `Time does not exist as an independent entity.` 12
Kenny Sansom responds to `Psychic phenomena do not exist` 7.2
Kenny Sansom responds to `David Rocastle responds to `Knowledge is infinite. The more you learn, the more you realize there is to learn.`` 8
Kenny Sansom responds to `Nothing is a coincidence, everything happens for a reason.` 9.2

Truth/Plagiarism Assignment

You are a member of the team named "Amonomous": Amonomous`s `Truth` paper

Verdicts on Truth Papers' Plagiarism:
Successfully categorized as plagiarized or not:

(so, 4 points!)

Successfully identified the specific roles of:

(so, 1 more points!)

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My final grade calculation for you... 124.6 points, for a A-.

See Grading_explained#Grade_scale_(revised:_now_10%_less) for more info. And contact me if this seems wrong...!