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AbstractThis chapter answers the main criticisms of the knowledge account of assertion. Ignorant Assertions Probably the most popular and persistent objection to the knowledge account is that it fumbles cases of reasonable ignorant assertions. A reasonable ignorant assertion has two features: the speaker reasonably believes that the assertion’s content is true, but she does know that it is true. Critics have repeatedly discussed two types of example that supposedly fit this description. Unlucky False...