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    Medical Conspiracy Theories and Medical Errors.Mark Huston - 2018 - International Journal of Applied Philosophy 32 (2):167-185.
    In this essay, at the epistemological level I focus on groups, and not merely individuals, when examining medical errors on behalf of both the medical industry and patients who engage in medical conspiracy theories. Specifically, I use the work in virtue and vice epistemology by Quassim Cassam and Miranda Fricker to diagnose some of the problems that arise with medical conspiracism. Cassam identifies the vice conspiracist mentality to help explain the preponderance of conspiracy theorizing. Fricker provides a framework for thinking (...)
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    Is Koethe’s Wittgenstein a Linguistic Idealist?Mark Huston - 2003 - Journal of Philosophical Research 28:437-446.
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    Book.Mark Huston - 2009 - Philosophy Now 73:40-40.
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    Defending de Dicto.Mark Huston - 2000 - Ratio 13 (2):186–190.
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    Hitchcock as Philosopher.Mark Huston - 2006 - Philosophy Now 57:45-46.
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    Is Koethe’s Wittgenstein a Linguistic Idealist?Mark Huston - 2003 - Journal of Philosophical Research 28:437-446.
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  7. Intuition: A Discussion of Recent Philosophical Views.Mark R. Huston - 2004 - Dissertation, Wayne State University
    The use of intuition abounds in modern analytic philosophy. In particular, intuition is considered evidence that is used in the analysis of concepts, often in an attempt to find the individually necessary and jointly sufficient conditions of the concept under consideration. Alternatively, intuition is used as evidence that one or more of the proposed necessary conditions is unacceptable, as in Gettier counterexamples to the classical analysis of knowledge. This view of intuition can be thought of as a form of rationalism. (...)
     
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  8. The Conversation, Film and Philosophy.Mark Huston - unknown - Film and Philosophy 13.
     
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