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mahmoodi M, salavati A. The Combined Extraversion-Introversion Theory of Justification from Alston’s Advanced Viewpoint. پژوهش های مابعدالطبیعی 2023; 4 (7) :409-445
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Shahid Rajaei University
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One of the disputes which has always existed in the justification of epistemological beliefs is the issue of extroversion and introversion in justification. A group of philosophers believe in extroversion and some others in introversion. In this context, Alston abandons the issue of justification and instead deals with epistemological issues. The main question is: What is Alston's view of justification? Achievements of this research: 1- Alston, by analyzing extroversion and introversion in the justification of beliefs, believes that both modes are needed to justify beliefs. 2-based on his point of view, a degree of awareness is necessary for justification. 3- And what exactly should be accessed and to what degree this access should be, what we have access to, and which is a justification has two introspective and external dimensions, that is, justification from one point of view in the ruling, it is based on belief (introspective dimension) and from another point of view it is true (externalist) according to Modi's verdict.
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Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Philosophy
Received: 2022/10/10 | Accepted: 2022/11/22 | Published: 2023/06/7

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