Does epistemic deontologism entail epistemic internalism?

Over a few blog posts I want to consider answers to this question. Alvin Plantinga answers the question in the affirmative. Anthony Brueckner responds to Plantinga’s argument. According to Brueckner, deontologism doesn’t preclude the possibility of an externalist approach to epistemic justification. Michael Bergmann provides further support for the possibility of combining deontologism with externalism. And Anthony Booth responds to Brueckner and Bergmann. I’ll start out with shorts posts getting each author’s position on the table. Then I’ll end with a post where I put in my two cents. I’m looking forward to it!

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