UEA Philosophers’ research has contributed to various issues in epistemology. As with the philosophy of language, many of these issues are approached with equal sensitivity to traditional philosophical concerns, such as normativity and justification, and the significance of empirical research for the familiar topics. Befitting such scope, our interests range from Plato to the most recent psychological findings.
Epistemology of Intuitions
J. Andow (2016): Reliable but not home free? What framing effects mean for moral intuitions. Philosophical Psychology, 29:6.
E. Fischer & P.E. Engelhardt (2016): Intuitions’ Linguistic Sources: Stereotypes, Intuitions, and Illusions. Mind and Language, 31, 67-103.
C. Rowett (2018): Knowledge and Truth in Plato: Stepping Past the Shadow of Socrates. Oxford University Press.
C. Rowett (2016): Why the Philosopher Kings will believe the Noble Lie. Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, 50, 67-100.
Testimony and Normativity
P. Roberts, J. Andow & K.A. Schmidtke (2017): Lay intuitions about epistemic normativity. Synthese.
J. Andow (2015): A semantic solution to the problem with aesthetic testimony. Acta Analytica, 30, 211-218.