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13. Knowledge Criteria / C. External Justification / 10. Anti External Justification

[critiques of the external approach to justication]

7 ideas
Belief externalism is false, because external considerations cannot be internalized for actual use [Pollock]
Externalism means we have no reason to believe, which is strong scepticism [Bonjour]
Even if there is no obvious irrationality, it may be irrational to base knowledge entirely on external criteria [Bonjour]
In the context of scepticism, externalism does not seem to be an option [Williams,M]
Externalist theories don't explain why knowledge has value [Greco]
Epistemic externalism struggles to capture the idea of epistemic responsibility [Pritchard,D]
Externalism makes the acquisition of knowledge too easy? [Vahid]