A Contextual Theory of Epistemic Justification

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One must be able to prove why they are justified in believing something and not just meet the principles of justification. 2. One must be able to prove that the argument is not false otherwise it could lead to false beliefs. 3. The Contextualism theory demands the arguer to be able to answer all kinds of objectives from every angle so therefore they would have to have complete and total knowledge of what they are arguing for...
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One must be able to prove that the argument is not false otherwise it could lead to false beliefs. 3. The Contextualism theory demands the arguer to be able to answer all kinds of objectives from every angle so therefore they would have to have complete and total knowledge of what they are arguing for...
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