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13. Knowledge Criteria / A. Justification Problems / 3. Internal or External / c. Disjunctivism

[justification has separate internal and external components]

3 ideas
Externalists want to understand knowledge, Internalists want to understand justification [Foley]
Disjunctivism says perceptual justification must be both factual and known by the agent [Prichard,D]
Metaphysical disjunctivism says normal perceptions and hallucinations are different experiences [Prichard,D]