Most of us have had the experience of teaching Introduction to Philosophy and, in that capacity, of teaching the ball of wax example from Descartes’s Meditations. (I do so in my own intro class with an enthusiasm that my students, at least initially, find strange. As much as I struggle against the philosophical legacy of […]
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All in the Family: The History and Philosophy of Experimental Philosophy
Experimental philosophy (x-phi) is all the rage. But shouldn't all philosophy be experimental? Jeff Hawley looks at the views of...