Let us assume this testing view of intuitions
, (4) and ask ourselves: which intuitions
about fake barn cases must be accommodated by our theorizing?
De Brigard, Kolber, Sumner, Weijers, and Lazari-Radek and Singer argue that our intuitions
about Nozick's experience machine are prone to some of the following misleading factors and biases:
Nondescriptivists in metaethics should say more about intuitions
. For one popular theory has it that case-based intuitions
are in the business of correctly categorizing or classifying (as not water, as not knowledge, as impermissible, and so on) merely by bringing to bear a semantic or conceptual competence.
, in turn, are ways things appear, and moral intuitions
are ways things appear in the moral domain.
For Popper, the problem of intuition
was re-construed in terms of evolutionary cognition as the problem of "unconscious expectations" or "background knowledge".
Cooper: Forward Motion; Machala: Intuitions
for Horn Quartet; Tschesbokoff/Machala: Elegy for Five Horns; Sondheim: Send in the Clowns; Koetsier, Cinq Nouvelles for Four Horns, Op.
It shows that describing the philosopher's data or sources does not require casting these as "intuitions
with their moral intuitions
; they might find a legal system more
is a difficult term to define; it is more difficult to develop an urge to define, since it has become a natural response with ones who have experienced it.
Just what intuition
is or where it comes from remains a mystery.
is a complex phenomenon, and one that is often perceived as mystical and indefinable (Klein, 2003).
The roots of understanding intuition
in nursing were identified initially by Carper (1978), who drew from the earlier works of Dewey (1958) and Polanyi (1964).