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    Is the philosophical doctrine known as "externalism" or "anti-individualism" have any implications for "foundational beliefs".

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    This depends on the meaning of "foundational beliefs." However, it is obvious that to whatever extent foundational beliefs involve concepts that are individuated externally, externalism (the view that at least some concepts are externally in-dividuated) will have consequences for foundational ...

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    Explains the relation between externalism in philosophy of mind and externalism in epistemology.