Intellectual Seemings Are Methodologically Irrelevant
下午 4:30 – 6:30
Delivered in English
Some philosophical methodologists claim that intuitions are “intellectual seemings” and that conceiving them as such makes the view that intuitions are treated as evidence in philosophy more palatable. I will argue in this talk that there are no good reasons to believe in intellectual seemings, and that, even if they existed, they would be methodologically irrelevant.