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One should also mention Susan Haack’s foundherentism:

Haack argues that foundationalism and coherentism don’t exhaust the field, and that an intermediate theory is more plausible than either. It is possible to include the relevance of experience for the justification of empirical beliefs, as experientialist foundationalism does but coherentism does not, and at the same time, instead of requiring a privileged class of basic beliefs, to allow for pervasive mutual dependence among beliefs, as coherentism does but foundationalism does not. These are the key ideas of foundherentism. [source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foundherentism]
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