Justified Inference

Synthese 189 (2):1-23 (2012)
Abstract
What is the connection between justification and the kind of consequence relations that are studied by logic? In this essay, I shall try to provide an answer, by proposing a general conception of the kind of inference that counts as justified or rational.
Keywords Justification  Inference  Rationality  Normativity  Internalism  Belief  Coherence  Coherentism  Foundationalism  Warrant transmission
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