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Landon Schurtz
Tulsa Community College
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    What Fools We Were.Landon Schurtz - 2010 - The Philosophers' Magazine 49 (49):93-97.
    Don didn’t grasp what would eventually come to be one of the most successful ad campaigns ever because he didn’t recognise the person presenting the evidence as being appropriately trustworthy. He failed to know because Dr Guttman’s say-so was not enough to provide justification for a belief. But why would he think that? To get to the bottom of this, we need the help of an analytical approach known as standpoint theory.
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  2. Hick's "When Is a Work of Art Finished?" and the Ontology of Metaworks.Landon Schurtz - 2013 - Philosophical Writings 42:20-33.
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  3. The Philosophy of Motion Pictures. [REVIEW]Landon Schurtz - 2011 - American Society for Aesthetics Graduate E-Journal 3 (1):24-25.
     
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    Comments on Dadlez’s “Kitsch and Bullshit as Aesthetic and Epistemic Transgressions”.Landon W. Schurtz - 2018 - Southwest Philosophy Review 34 (2):5-8.
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    The Business of Complaining Ethically.Landon W. Schurtz - 2015 - Philosophy in the Contemporary World 22 (2):35-44.
    Beginning from an analysis of what factors disqualify a person from complaining about a given moral breach, I show that the prima facie presumption that a complaint is justified in the face of non-moral offense in the context of a business transaction must be balanced against the potential consequences to the object of the complaint, especially given the particular realities of popular employment practices. In particular, I will identify three cases in which complamts are justified, presuming unjust employment arrangements, as (...)
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    Batman in the Classroom: Academic Philosophy and “… and Philosophy”.Landon W. Schurtz - 2017 - Metaphilosophy 48 (3):296-303.
    Though the interaction of philosophy with pop culture has so far mostly taken the form of books for nonphilosophers that use various shows and movies as sources of examples to illustrate “traditional” philosophical issues, this article contends that serious engagement with the informal philosophical discussions expressed in popular entertainments constitutes a kind of “ethnophilosophy” and should be considered an important part of the discipline. Our disciplinary responsibility for maintaining and considering the history of philosophy ought to include even the philosophical (...)
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    What Fools We Were.Landon Schurtz - 2010 - The Philosophers' Magazine 49:93-97.
    Don didn’t grasp what would eventually come to be one of the most successful ad campaigns ever because he didn’t recognise the person presenting the evidence as being appropriately trustworthy. He failed to know because Dr Guttman’s say-so was not enough to provide justification for a belief. But why would he think that? To get to the bottom of this, we need the help of an analytical approach known as standpoint theory.
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    The Value of Aesthetic Experience.Landon Schurtz - unknown
    In this dissertation, I argue that aesthetic experience is a kind of valuing experience that has certain, objective features not dependent on the psychological state of the subject. Accounts of aesthetic experience can generally be divided into two categories: internalist and externalist. The former pick out aesthetic experience as a being a certain kind of psychological state on the part of the subject, whereas the latter specify it based on features external to the experience itself, usually by reference to the (...)
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