This chapter explores the nature of epistemic entitlement and its role in epistemology in relation to the epistemic internalism-externalism dispute. I argue for epistemic pluralism according to which the genus of epistemic rationality, warrant, harbors two distinct species: an internalist one, justification, and an externalist one, entitlement. On this basis, I advance a new criterion for drawing the distinction between justification and entitlement: The Reason Criterion: entitlements are warrants that do not involve the exercise of the faculty of Reason.
|Title of host publication||Epistemic Entitlement|
|Editors||Peter Graham, Nikolaj Pedersen|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Publication date||19. Feb 2020|
|Publication status||Published - 19. Feb 2020|