Each of us hold some ideas basically or immediately while we hold other ideas non-basically or non-immediately
·Why would one adopt a foundationalist approach to justification?
oChronologically speaking, we accept inputs to our repertoire of beliefs as they come, logically speaking, not all beliefs we accept deserve to be accepted in the same way.It is the hallmark of foundationalism to affirm that the ideal logical ordering of our cognitive lives begins with the foundationally basic beliefs.
!!!What is the regress argument
oAs you work through your reasons for belief you come to the point where there is no more basic, no more fundamental claims on which the general reliability of your conscious mind might be based.the buck stops here.
·What are the three basic components of foundationalism?
·What are the characteristics of strong foundationalism? Specifically explain:
oThe three conditions for a basic belief§Self-evidently true§Incorrigible§Evident to the sensesoThe means by which basic beliefs support non-basic beliefsoOnly beliefs that can be deduced from our basic beliefs should be accepted.
§Four “additional” features of foundationalism
·In order to know, one must know that one knows and be able to show that one knows·Individualism and pure reason void of external influence·A priori account of the foundations of human knowledge fir for all people at all times in all placed