عنوان مقاله [English]
Epistemological justification is one of the parts of tripartite definition (analysis) of knowledge. due to this defination "true belief" is knowledge, if it is justified. Justification theories, due to epistemologist's views on relation of belief to free will, are divided into two groups: deontologism and nondeontologism. Deontologism results to evidentialism and internalism and the result of non- deontologism is externalism. Internalism results to foundationalism and coherentism and the subsequent of externalism is reliabilism and naturalism. In this essay we consider the relation of belief to free will, volitionalism and non- volitionalism and then see how the different theories of justification are formed from the two theories mentioned and then, due to theses, classify the justification theories.