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13. Knowledge Criteria / B. Internal Justification / 4. Foundationalism / e. Pro-foundations

[support for existence of foundational beliefs]

6 ideas
The starting point of a proof is not a proof [Aristotle]
Much propositional knowledge cannot be formulated, as in recognising a face [Sosa]
If justification is endless, no link in the chain is ultimately justified [Ginet on Klein,P]
A single belief can trail two regresses, one terminating and one not [Sosa]
The main argument for foundationalism is that all other theories involve a regress leading to scepticism [Bonjour]
The best argument for immediate justification is not the Regress Argument, but considering examples [Pryor]