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... Foundationalism a plausible theory of epistemic justification Introduction Philosophers have always been in pursuit of truth and knowledge. From the times of Plato- the Greek philosopher, knowledge has been defined as 'justified true belief' (Holt, 1). Accordingly knowledge may be understood as some belief that has a justification and the latter is true, then it is taken as knowledge; anything that does not satisfy this condition that is, anything that does not have a justification that is true, or anything that one does not believe in, cannot be called knowledge. This imperative constituent of knowledge, i.e. the ways and manner in which true belief s can be plausibly converted to 'justifications,' ...