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CASULLO ON EXPERIENTIAL JUSTIFICATION (pages 179-194)

R.M. FARLEY ABSTRACT: In A Priori Justification, Albert Casullo argues that extant attempts to explicate experiential justification—by stipulation, introspection, conceptual analysis, thought experimentation, and/or appeal to intuitions about hypothetical cases—are unsuccessful. He draws the following conclusion: “armchair methods” such as these are inadequate to the task. Instead, empirical methods should be used to investigate the distinction between experiential and non-experiential ... Read More »

JUSTIFIED BY THOUGHT ALONE (pages 195-208)

Andrei MĂRĂŞOIU ABSTRACT: The new rationalists – BonJour and Bealer – have characterized one type of a priori justification as based on intellectual intuitions or seemings. I argue that they are mistaken in thinking that intellectual intuitions can provide a priori justification. Suppose that the proposition that a surface cannot be red and green all over strikes you as true. ... Read More »

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