Consciousness and Cognition 20 (2):415-416 (2011)

Robert Woolfolk
Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Experimental philosophy seeks to examine empirically various factual issues that, either explicitly or implicitly, lie at the foundations of philosophical positions. A study of this genre (Miller & Feltz, 2011) was critiqued. Questions about the study were raised and broader issues pertaining to the field of experimental philosophy were discussed
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