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James Andow

Dr James Andow

Lecturer

Areas of research

philosophical methods, empirical research in philosophy,
epistemology, ethics, free will and moral responsibility, philosophy of language, metaphysics and aesthetics

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Affiliation

School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies, University of East Anglia

Selected publications:

  • Andow, J. (2019). Why don't we trust moral testimony? Mind and Language. [in press]
  • Grindrod, J., Andow, J. & Hansen, N. (2019). Thirdā€person knowledge ascriptions: a crucial experiment for contextualism. Mind and Language, 34 (2), 158-182.
  • Andow, J. (2018). Why don’t philosophers do their intuition practice? Acta Analytica. [ahead of print]
  • Roberts, P., Andow, J. & Schmidtke, K. A. (2018). Lay intuitions about epistemic normativity. Synthese, 195 (7), 3267–3287.
  • Andow, J. (2018). Are intuitions about moral relevance susceptible to framing effects? Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 9 (1), 115–141.

find more publications on https://eastanglia.academia.edu/JamesAndow.