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Does X-Phi need to assume Centrality?

In my new paper in Philosophical Studies, I explore recent arguments by Cappelen, Williamson, and Deutsch that intuitions are not used as evidence in philosophy. I argue that a rejection of
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In my new paper in Philosophical Studies, I explore recent arguments by Cappelen, Williamson, and Deutsch that intuitions are not used as evidence in philosophy.  I argue that a rejection of 'Centrality' doesn't undermine the importance of experimental criticisms of philosophical method.

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