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It seems uncontroversial that if one knows (is justified in believing) that p, one knows (is justified in believing) that any contrary evidence to p will be misleading. But this has a paradoxical consequence, as it would seem to allow us to ignore any contrary evidence should one actually encounter it. In this paper, after criticizing a number of solutions of the puzzle, I offer my own proposal which involves a reappraisal of the notion of misleading evidence.
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