Why do I need to justify this? It's plain an obvious.Peter Holmes wrote: ↑Fri May 31, 2019 7:51 am You can repeat your claim about 'epistemic weight' as often as you like. We could keep doing this into eternity. Or you could explain why knowing that sky (here, today) is blue is the same thing as knowing that murder is wrong. It's your claim. Justify it. Or keep deflecting.
"Sky is blue" -> Noun verb adjective
"Murder is wrong" -> Noun verb adjective
adjective, GRAMMAR a word naming an attribute of a noun, such as sweet, red, or technical.
"blue" is an attribute of the noun "sky".
"wrong" is an attribute of the noun "murder".
Your entire argument is based on the premise of "how we USE words". We USE the two phrases above in exactly the same grammatical/semantic way.
You are the one who claims that there is a difference. Point out the difference, or admit that you have drawn a distinction without one.