In Jackson’s thought experiment, what is it that Mary doesn’t know?

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Questions: (1) In Jackson’s thought experiment, what is it that Mary doesn’t know? What is the epistemological and metaphysical implication of her not knowing? (2) What does it mean for an argument to beg the question, and why might Anselm’s ontological argument suffer from this logical fallacy?
Instructions:  Answer each of the related questions as completely and succinctly as possible.   Your paper should include at least one quote each from Jackson and one quote from Anselm. You may utilize your preferred method of citation.  Your total answer should be 3-4 pages, double spaced, in a 12-point font. You should number each answer. The readings are attached below! For any questions pleas ask me.

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