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Skill and scepticism: an enquiry concerning the nature and epistemic value of intuitive judgement

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This thesis concerns two main questions: What is intuition? And can it be a source of knowledge or justification? In addressing these questions, it advances several ongoing philosophical debates, and does so in two main ways: firstly, by formulating a general account of the nature of intuitive judgement that establishes common ground amongst the often disparate views of scholars working on intuition (or intuitions) in psychology, linguistics, philosophy and various other disciplines; and, ...

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Philosophy Faculty
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Royal Institute of Philosophy
Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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English
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2018-10-24

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