• The intellectual given 

      Bengson, John Thomas Steele (2010-05)
      Some things we know just by thinking about them: for example, that identity is transitive, that three are more than two, that wantonly torturing innocents is wrong, and other propositions which simply strike us as true ...
    • The (ir)relevance of truth to rationality 

      Drake, Jonathan Paul
      It is possible to act for a reason. We do it all the time. You might have brought her medicine for the reason that she is ill. He might go to the store to get milk. Edmund might skate in the middle of the pond because the ...
    • The structure of perceptual justification 

      Miller, Brian Townsend (2016-08)
      When does a perceptual experience as of my hands provide justification for me to believe that I have hands? One initially plausible positive requirement is that I must have reasons to believe something else: that my ...