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Philosophical methodology : the armchair or the laboratory? /

Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Abingdon, Oxon, England ; New York : Routledge, 2013.
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Table of Contents:
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  • pt. I
  • Naturalism: varieties and viability
  • 1.
  • What is naturalism? /
  • Timothy Williamson
  • 2.
  • Why I am a naturalist /
  • Alex Rosenberg
  • 3.
  • unclarity of naturalism /
  • Timothy Williamson
  • 4.
  • Can naturalism save the humanities? /
  • Alex Rosenberg
  • 5.
  • On naturalism in the Quinean tradition /
  • Jeffrey W. Roland
  • 6.
  • Liberal naturalism: Wittgenstein and McDowell /
  • Marie Mcginn
  • 7.
  • Naturalism on the Sydney Plan /
  • Jenann Ismael
  • pt. II
  • Methods in metaphysics and epistemology
  • 8.
  • easy approach to ontology: a defense /
  • Amie L. Thomasson
  • 9.
  • Metaphysical knowledge /
  • E.J. Lowe
  • 10.
  • Three dogmas of metaphysical methodology /
  • Jessica Wilson
  • 11.
  • poverty of conceptual analysis /
  • David Papineau
  • 12.
  • Is there room for armchair theorizing in epistemology? /
  • Hilary Kornblith
  • 13.
  • Methods in analytic epistemology /
  • Kirk Ludwig
  • pt. III
  • Methods in philosophy of language and philosophy of mind
  • 14.
  • possibility of a naturalistic Cartesianism regarding intuitions and introspection /
  • Georges Rey
  • 15.
  • Linguistic intuitions are not "the voice of competence" /
  • Michael Devitt
  • 16.
  • Philosophical and empirical approaches to language /
  • Barry C. Smith
  • 17.
  • first-person perspective and its relation to natural science /
  • Lynne Rudder Baker
  • 18.
  • Phenomenological methods in philosophy of mind /
  • David Woodruff Smith
  • 19.
  • Some Husserlian reflections on the contents of experience /
  • Matthew Ratcliffe
  • pt. IV
  • Methods in ethics and aesthetics
  • 20.
  • Intuitions and experimental philosophy: comfortable bedfellows /
  • Neil Levy
  • 21.
  • Beyond the experience machine: how to build a theory of well-being /
  • Valerie Tiberius
  • 22.
  • Ethics makes strange bedfellows: intuitions and quasi-realism /
  • Matt Bedke
  • 23.
  • On getting out of the armchair to do aesthetics /
  • Gregory Currie.