X-phi Under Quarantine Discussion Group
Weekly Discussions of Recent Work in X-phi
Fridays at 9:00am (NZST) on Zoom
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I (3 April): Vilius Dranseika, Jonas Dagys, and Renatas Berniūnas, “Proper Names, Rigidity, and Empirical Studies on Judgements of Identity Across Transformations.”
II (10 April): David Rose and Shaun Nichols, “Teleological Essentialism: Generalized.”
III (17 April): Jonathan Livengood and Justin Sytsma, “Actual Causation and Compositionality.”
IV (24 April): Pascale Willemsen, “Direct and Derivative Moral Responsibility: An Overlooked Distinction in Experimental Philosophy.”
V (1 May): Andrew James Latham, Kristie Miller, and James Norton, “An Empirical Investigation of Purported Passage Phenomenology.”
VI (8 May): Rodrigo Díaz and Kevin Reuter, “Feeling the Right Way: Normative Influences Upon People’s Use of Emotion Concepts.”
VII (15 May): Zachary Irving, Samuel Murray, Aaron Glasser, and Kristina Krasich, “The Catch-22 of Forgetfulness: Responsibility for Mental Mistakes.”
VIII (12 June): Wesley Buckwalter and John Turri, “Knowledge, Adequacy, and Approximate Truth.”
IX (26 June): Lara Kirfel, Thomas Icard, Tobias Gerstenberg, “Inference from Explanation.”
X (10 July): Joshua Knobe, "Philosophical Intuitions Are Surprisingly Stable Across both Demographic Groups and Situations."
XI (24 July): Corey Cusimano and Tania Lombrozo, "Morality Justifies Motivated Reasoning in the Folk Ethics of Belief."
XII (7 August): Eric Schwitzgebel, Bradford Cokelet, and Peter Singer, “Do ethics classes influence student behavior? Case study: Teaching the ethics of eating meat.”
XIII (21 August): Markus Kneer, David Calaço, Joshua Alexander, and Edouard Machery, “On second thought: Reflections on the reflection defense.”
Special Session (18 September): Drop-In Discussion on Refereeing, Publishing Norms, and Experimental Philosophy.
XIV (2 October): Ryan Doran, “Moral Beauty, Inside and Out.”
XV (16 October): John Schwenkler’s “The Varieties of Causation: A Preliminary Investigation”
XVI (29 October): Moti Mizrahi’s “Conceptions of Scientific Progress in Scientific Practice: An Empirical Study”