By Justin Sytsma, Wesley Buckwalter
This is a finished number of essays that explores state-of-the-art paintings in experimental philosophy, a thorough new circulate that applies quantitative and empirical tips on how to conventional themes of philosophical inquiry.
- Situates the self-discipline inside of Western philosophy after which surveys the paintings of experimental philosophers by way of sub-discipline
- Contains insights for a various diversity of fields, together with linguistics, cognitive technology, anthropology, economics, and psychology, in addition to virtually each region philosophy today
- Edited through emerging students who take a large and inclusive method of the field
- Offers a whole advent for non-specialists and scholars to the primary ways, findings, demanding situations, and controversies in experimental philosophy
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5 Acts of Judging and Evidence Machery (2011) assumes that the main evidence for the truth of the key judgment in a thought experiment is the act of judging itself (even if it is poor evidence). For example, the main evidence that in the Gödel‐Schmidt case “Gödel” refers to Gödel is that (some) subjects judge that in the Gödel‐Schmidt case “Gödel” refers to Gödel. Is this epistemological claim correct? Machery justifies his assumption by analogy with ordinary judgments: “If I judge of an object that it is a chair, my judgment that it is a chair is evidence that it is a chair because I am reliable at sorting chairs from nonchairs” (2011, 194).
1. 3 There is a growing consensus that Cappelen’s attempt to show that philosophers don’t really use intuitions as evidence is undermined by his implausibly restrictive characterization of intuitions. See, for example, Chalmers (2014), Malmgren (2013), and Weinberg (2014). 4 Two important caveats are in order here. First, some experimental philosophers fall in both clusters, since they are motivated by the positive program when studying some intuitions, and by the negative program (discussed further) when studying other intuitions.
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A companion to experimental philosophy by Justin Sytsma, Wesley Buckwalter