Do we need truth in an account of knowledge? Can it be merely defined as rational belief or justified belief?
I say this, because access to truth seems very puzzling. How should I "know" I have reached truth? Even science posit falsifiability as his main criteria, which means we do not really know something; we just have some kind of belief about how things really are, justified by the lack of evidence to the contrary.
Does epistemology have to concern itself with justified belief rather than with justified true belief? Is the truth condition chimerical?