Is there an 'us' in 'justification'?

Synthese 62 (1):63 - 73 (1985)
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A critical question for epistemologists is whether there are any inter-subjective requirements for having a justified belief C whether there is an >us= in >justification=. One recent epistemologist that has addressed this issue is Keith Lehrer. In Knowledge, Lehrer presents a..
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