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Since the rules govern the truth conditions of knowledge attributions, they govern the warrantability of making those attributions.
57) Susan Haack argues extensively that probabilities in the assessment of evidence are to be seen as "epistemic likelihoods" (rather than mathematical probabilities), buttressing the notion that the warrantability of beliefs (or attributions of knowledge) is the proper focus of evidence law ('The Embedded Epistemologist: Dispatches from the Legal Front" (2012) 25:2 Ratio Juris 206 at 217, 218ff).
The framework, represented in the form of a syllogistic model, indicates the degree of warrantability evident within research.