3 edition of Epistemological experiments and empirical philosophy in cross-cultural contexts found in the catalog.
Published 2015 by Administrator in Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
February 2015.Includes bibliographical references (pages 19-27).In English.
|Statement||Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore|
|Publishers||Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|2||Asia Research Institute working paper series -- no. 233|
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Flanagan, Owen, 1991, Varieties of Moral Personality: Ethics and Psychological Realism, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Research in Experimental Philosophy The best way to get a sense of what experimental philosophy is all about is not just to consider it in the abstract but to look in detail at a few ongoing research programs in the field. while deploying the contextually relevant ones S knows what X is Fischer and Engelhardt. Intentional action and side effects in ordinary language.
Some argue that the study of intuitions gives us insight into concepts Jackson 1998others argue that the study of intuitions gives us a more direct sort of insight into the actual properties or relations those concepts pick out Sosa 2007and still others argue that this whole way of conceiving of the project is a mistaken one e.
Latter-day Cartesians claim, by contrast, that knowledge is entirely constituted by truth-related factors such as truth, belief, and evidence.
A companion to experimental philosophy. "Intention, Intentional Action and Moral Considerations". The self-interested desires to experience pleasure and to avoid pain have played an especially prominent role in the debate, since one version of egoism, often called hedonism, maintains that these are our only ultimate desires.
For many years, my collaborators, includingand I have investigated the extent to which judgments about topics of philosophical interest e. Similar suspicions about knowledge of negative facts seemingly occur in classical Indian epistemology, suggesting that the asymmetry might not be an American quirk but instead reflect a cross-culturally robust tendency in knowledge attributions.
Among the findings that have most interested philosophers:• Others have pointed out that many participants in experimental philosophy studies fail to comprehend the often abstract and complicated materials, and few studies report comprehension checks. 's 2001 results for other Gettier cases Indeed, more recent studies have actually been providing evidence for the opposite hypothesis, that people from a variety of different cultures have surprisingly similar intuitions in these cases.
The rambler thought it was gentle.