Can one have justification to believe P but be unable to justifiably believe P?

This paper is, more or less, a criticism of the idea that in order to have justification to believe P (propositional justification) one must have a certain kind of cognitive ability, namely, the ability to form a justified belief (doxastic justification). It’s due to appear here:

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