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Links 1 through 10 of 26 by Richard Chappell tagged PhilosophyEtc+Epistemology

I'm currently working on an essay that develops the arguments against political vigilantism initially presented in my old post...

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People commonly talk about "private" evidence, had on the basis of personal experiences that aren't accessible to other people. But I'm not convinced that there is any such thing. ...

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Some philosophers are skeptical of whether there can be a priori (non-empirical) justification. But I'm not sure how they can avoid it. For any instance of empirical justification, it seems ...

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The universe could have come into existence just now, false memories and all. What basis do we have for ruling out this possibility, or even thinking it unlikely? ...

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I propose that we treat individual possible worlds or scenarios as (metaphysically and epistemically) fundamental. Doing so has interesting implications in either case...

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Might someone feel as though they have a rational grasp on a logical certainty, when they are in fact mistaken? If so, should that undermine our own confidence in logic?

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Dom Eggert writes: "the likelihood that life will arise in this universe does not change..."

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We all know ourselves to be conscious. But what of everybody else? They might be very complex automata (or "zombies") and we'd never know it. The obvious response is to argue from analogy ...

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A while back, I wrote about why epistemological externalism is a legitimate response to skepticism. I recently received an interesting email...

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Objective reality, we might think, is evidence-transcenden. It goes beyond simply how things appear, to us, to be. No matter how careful our inquiry, the evidence may be misleading. So...

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