Alvin Plantinga has been my favorite philosopher. Few can write like he. I’ve long been impressed with his warrant trilogy. With that said, I think I now understand the problems with warrant and externalism. At the moment I lean closer to “Justified, true belief.” But I also think that internalism/externalism can exist on a continuum.
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