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Justification (also called epistemic justification) is a concept in epistemology used to describe reasons that someone holds a rationally admissible belief (although the term is also sometimes applied to other propositional attitudes such as doubt).[1] Epistemologists are concerned with various epistemic features of belief, which include the ideas of [[warrant]] (a proper justification for holding a belief), knowledge, rationality, and probability, among others.

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