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  1. David Galloway (forthcoming). Deductive Intuitions and Lay Rationality in Advance. Journal of Philosophical Research.
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  2. David Galloway (2014). Deductive Intuitions and Lay Rationality. Journal of Philosophical Research 39:1-15.
    This is a discussion of L. Jonathan Cohen’s argument against the possibility that empirical psychological research might show that lay deductive competence is inconsistent. I argue that, within the framework Cohen provides, the consistency of lay deductive practice is indeterminate.
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  3. David Galloway (2012). Bernard Williams on Living Long and Living Well. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 18 (5):1087-1090.
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  4. Ernest Sosa & David Galloway (2001). Man the Rational Animal? Synthese 122 (1-2):165-78.
    This paper considers well known results of psychological researchinto the fallibility of human reason, and philosophical conclusionsthat some have drawn from these results. Close attention to theexact content of the results casts doubt on the reasoning that leadsto those conclusions.
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  5. David Galloway (2000). Without Good Reason. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 60 (1):234-237.
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  6. David Galloway (1999). Seeing Sequences. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 59 (1):93-112.
    This article discusses Charles Parsons’ conception of mathematical intuition. Intuition, for Parsons, involves seeing-as: in seeing the sequences I I I and I I I as the same type, one intuits the type. The type is abstract, but intuiting the type is supposed to be epistemically analogous to ordinary perception of physical objects. And some non-trivial mathematical knowledge is supposed to be intuitable in this way, again in a way analogous to ordinary perceptual knowledge. In particular, the successor axioms are (...)
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  7. David Galloway (1992). Wynn on Mathematical Empiricism. Mind and Language 7 (4):333-358.
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  8. David D. Galloway (1981). The Absurd Hero in American Fiction Updike, Styron, Bellow, Salinger /by David Galloway. --. --. University of Texas Press, C1981.
     
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  9. David D. Galloway (1966). The Absurd Hero in American Fiction Updike, Styron, Bellow [and] Salinger. University of Texas Press.
     
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