Been thinking again about fallibilism, and especially its history. So a question: can we find sources prior to the 19th century of the view that a proper account of knowledge is fallibilistic? By the latter half of the 19th century and into the 20th, examples abound.
To be clear, I’m not wondering about views that insist that we are fallible, or that our beliefs are. That is common fare for skeptics. What I’m looking for are philosophers who hold something like this: we can know a given claim even though our evidence or grounds or basis is fallible. Any examples you know of?