Agrippa’s trilemma. A discussion with reference to foundationalism, coherentism, and infinitism.

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The trilemma is justified based on the basic beliefs, which provides justificatory support to other similar beliefs. The beliefs are said to be self-evident or self-justifying. Coherentism and other similar doctrines have used the historical/ logical attacks with the aim of refuting foundation concepts. Therefore, Agrippa’s Trilemma may end in either a dogmatic stopping point, infinite regress, or a circular argument. Such outcomes are not logically valid…

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