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160: Experimental Philosophy

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Where do we get our data about "intuitions"?
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1. 160: Experimental Philosophy (feat. Kwame Anthony Appiah)
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Philosophical reasoning relies on intuitions. John Rawls called this method "reflective equilibrium.” But where do we get our data about "intuitions"? John and Ken welcome back Anthony Appiah from Princeton University, author of Experiments in Ethics. They discuss psychological experiments that determine what people really think.


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