1. Alvin I. Goldman, “What is Justified Belief?” (as included in Naturalizing Epistemology, edited by Hilary Kornblith. The MIT Press/Cambridge Massachusetts, ©1985. pp.91-111) p.100.
2. Goldman, p.101.
3. Goldman, p.103.
4. Here I paraphrase Goldman only slightly, from p.109.
5. The concentration on failure-rates rests simply on the presumption that two processes wont conflict when they both produce beliefs which are true.
6. Goldman, p.100.