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Title The a priori in philosophy
Published Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013


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Contents Philosophical naturalism and intuitional methodology / Alvin I. Goldman -- Experimental philosophy and apriority / Jonathan Jenkins Ichikawa -- The implicit conception and intuition theory of the a priori, with implications for experimental philosophy / Joshua C. Thurow -- The prospects for an experimentalist rationalism, or why it's OK if the a priori is only 99.44 percent emprically pure / Jonathan M. Weinberg -- On the armchair justification of conceptually grounded necessary truths / David Henderson and Terry Horgan -- Concepts, teleology, and rational revision / Christopher S. Hill -- A priori testimony revisited / Anna-Sara Malmgren -- Intuitions and foundations : the relevance of Moore and Wittgenstein / Ernest Sosa -- Skepticism, reason, and Reidianism / Joel Pust -- A priori bootstrapping / Ralph Wedgwood -- Articulating the a priori-a posteriori distinction / Albert Casullo -- Naturalistic challenges to the a priori / C.S.I. Jenkins -- How deep is the distinction between a priori and a posteriori knowledge? / Timothy Williamson
Summary For centuries philosophers have attached much importance to a priori knowledge, but recent work in epistemology and experimental philosophy has questioned this. Leading philosophers discuss explanations of the a priori, challenges to its existence, the status of intuition, and the justification of belief - topics at the centre of current debate
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject A priori.
A priori.
Genre/Form Electronic books
Form Electronic book
Author Casullo, Albert, editor.
Thurow, Joshua C., editor
ISBN 9780191758218