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Harmen Ghijsen
Radboud University Nijmegen
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According to Jeanne Peijnenburg having an infinite chain of justification isn't in principle incompatible with having a justified belief at the end of this chain. I argue that, as long as we're talking about human knowledge and justification, infinite chains of justification remain problematic.
Keywords Infinitism  Justification  Perception  Infinite regress of reasons
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DOI 10.5117/antw2015.2.ghij
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