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    Teaching Philosophy to High School Students.Stephen Hicks & Monica Holland - 1989 - Teaching Philosophy 12 (2):115-130.
    A week-long, intensive introduction to philosophy during the summer. The program's content, methods, and results.
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  2. Beliefs Based on Emotional Reception: Their Formation, Justification and Truth.Monica Holland - 1990 - Dissertation, Indiana University
    Perception is commonly regarded by philosophers as being the only basis of empirical knowledge. I challenge this assumption by investigating how we come to have beliefs about the emotional experiences of ourselves and others, and how we come to have beliefs about the emotional properties of inanimate objects, such as the belief that the church is somber. Before presenting my account of this type of belief formation, I argue that the observation that someone is in a particular emotional state, or (...)
     
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    Emotion as a Basis of Belief.Monica Holland - 1989 - Grazer Philosophische Studien 35 (1):67-71.
    In 'Knowing That One Knows', Roderick Chisholm suggests that perceptual experiences are the paradigmatic substrates of beliefs of the highest epistemic credibility about the experiences. But perceptual experiences are not the only experiences capable of justifying such higher-order beliefs. In this article I briefly examine the project of generalizing Chisholm's account of the justification of higher-order beliefs to include justification by emotional experience. In the course of doing this, I will argue that Chisholm's account is too closely tied to the (...)
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    Emotion as a Basis of Belief.Monica Holland - 1989 - Grazer Philosophische Studien 35 (1):67-71.
    In 'Knowing That One Knows', Roderick Chisholm suggests that perceptual experiences are the paradigmatic substrates of beliefs of the highest epistemic credibility about the experiences. But perceptual experiences are not the only experiences capable of justifying such higher-order beliefs. In this article I briefly examine the project of generalizing Chisholm's account of the justification of higher-order beliefs to include justification by emotional experience. In the course of doing this, I will argue that Chisholm's account is too closely tied to the (...)
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