Kontekstualistinen vastaus Agrippan argumentille

In Ahti Pietarinen, Sami Pihlström & Pilvi Toppinen (eds.), Usko. Tampere: Juvenes Print. pp. 93-98 (2009)
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Jani Hakkarainen
University of Tampere
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Title in English: : A Contextualist Answer to Agrippa's Argument
Keywords Agrippa's trilemma  Foundationalism  Epistemic Regress Problem
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