Epistemology and the evidential status of introspective reports I

Journal of Consciousness Studies 11 (7-8):1-16 (2004)
The question of trusting introspective reports is a question about evidential warrant or justification. It is therefore a question of epistemology, and it behoves us to approach it within the framework of epistemology, which addresses evidential warrant across a broad spectrum of topics and sources. This paper examines the scientific status of introspective reports from the vantage point of general epistemological theorizing
Keywords Epistemology  Evidence  Introspection  Reliability
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