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Foundationalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Outline. Foundationalism is an attempt to respond to the regress problem of justification in epistemology. According to this argument, every proposition requires ...

Foundationalist Theories of Epistemic Justification ...

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Foundationalism is a view about the structure of justification or knowledge. The foundationalist's thesis in short is that all knowledge and justified ...

Foundationalism | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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Foundationalism. Epistemic foundationalism is a view about the proper structure of one’s knowledge or justified beliefs. Some beliefs are known or justifiedly ...

foundationalism | epistemology | Britannica.com

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Foundationalism, in epistemology, the view that some beliefs can justifiably be held by inference from other beliefs, which themselves are justified directly—e.g ...

Foundationalism|Dictionary of Theology|Definition

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Foundationalism is the philosophical position dealing with epistemology (the study of knowing), which asserts that there are essential beliefs that must be known and ...

Foundationalism - By Branch / Doctrine - The Basics of ...

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Foundationalism is the theory in Epistemology that beliefs can be justified based on basic or foundational beliefs (beliefs that give justificatory support to other ...

Anti-foundationalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Anti-foundationalism (also called nonfoundationalism) is, as the name implies, a term applied to any philosophy which rejects a foundationalist approach, i.e. an anti ...

Cartesian Foundationalism - spot.colorado.edu

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IV. Cartesian Foundationalism. A. Descartes and the Meditations. René Descartes (1596-1650) - French philosopher and mathematician. - Invented Analytic Geometry and ...

Anti-foundationalism - Oxford Reference

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A philosophical position which rejects foundationalism, i.e. it rejects the need to ground philosophy. Anti-foundationalist philosophers are often accused of being ...

Foundational | Define Foundational at Dictionary.com

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Foundational definition, the basis or groundwork of anything: the moral foundation of both society and religion. See more. Dictionary.com; Word of the Day; Translate;