Scientists might start with an intuition, but they never treat their intuitions as evidence. Instead, they go out and test them. Philosophers, on the other hand, like to sit in their armchairs and come to all sorts of conclusions based on intuition. But why should anybody treat their intuitions as evidence of anything?
August 24 : What Might Have Been
When we make claims about things that could have been—what philosophers call counterfactual...
August 17 : Remixing Reality - Art and Literature for the 21st Century
For decades, literary critics have been questioning the relevance of the novel as a literary form,...
August 10 : Captivity
Whether it's people incarcerated in prisons, or animals confined in zoos, aquariums, laboratories,...