Studia Philosophica Estonica 2 (2):1-14 (2009)

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Daniel Cohnitz
Utrecht University
Sören Häggqvist
Stockholm University
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As we write this, philosophers all over the world are in a state of temporary, collective self-scrutiny. Tey are poring over the results of the PhilPapers Survey, conducted by David Chalmers and David Bourgeta grand-scale survey of the professions views on 30 major philosophical issues, ranging from aesthetic value to zombies. More than 3000 people have responded, andmanymore are currently absorbing and analyzing the results
Keywords metaphilosophy, intuitions
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DOI 10.12697/spe.2009.2.2.01
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