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At least from the first-person point of view, it really doesn’t seem that the attempt to get it right is explained by our real goal, which is to acquire as much intrinsically valuable justification as we can get our hands on. The attempt to get it right is naturally explained by a concern for what’s going on all the way out there in the world. If our genuine attempts to get it right can explain our concern for being reasonable, this is far and away the most natural order of explanation. Officially, objectivism is the view that accepts (T) and rejects (J).

But I’m going to have to restrict my attention to variations on the most obvious themes. On one model, justification is something like the appearance of truth or knowledge. And the other model is the teleological picture of belief. What we’re after is something objective, knowledge or truth, and being reasonable is something like a means to this end. This attractive picture of the relations between justification, truth, and knowledge is one of the main things that make objectivism seem plausible.

The main motivation behind the ambiguity theory is the attempt to avoid conflict. On the face of it, (T) and (J) seem to give conflicting answers to the question you ask yourself when you wonder whether or not you ought to believe that p, even if you don’t know that they give conflicting answers. And when we try to make sense of the idea that the subjective requirements could trump the objective requirements, we’re assuming that there’s a single question that it makes sense to ask, and we’re considering the possibility that the subjectivist gets the answer to that question right while the objectivist gets it wrong.

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