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John Turri

Cognitive Scientist

John is the Canada Research Chair in Philosophy and Cognitive Science at the University of Waterloo.

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Publications

Publications

Experimental Epistemology and "Gettier" Cases

Revisiting Norms

Knowledge Attribution and Lotteries

Intellectual Inability and Obligation

Lying, Fast and Slow

Knowledge from Falsehood

Cross-cultural Excuse Validation

Moderate Scientism in Philosophy

Personal Identity and Persisting as Many

Choosing and Refusing

Virtue Epistemology and Abilism on Knowledge

Exceptionalist Naturalism

The Non-factive Turn

The Core Primate Knowledge Concept

Epistemic Modals and Alternative Possibilities

Knowledge and Assertion in Korean

Values and Credibility in Science

How "Ought" Exceeds but Implies "Can"

Compatibilism Can Be Natural

Epistemic Contextualism

Knowledge Attributions and Behavioral Predictions

In the Thick of Moral Motivation

It's What's on the Inside That Counts?

Lying, Uptake, Assertion, and Intent

The Point of Assertion is to Transmit Knowledge

Actionability Judgments Cause Knowledge Judgments

Gettier Cases: A Taxonomy

The Value of Knowledge

Experimental, Cross-cultural, and Classical Indian Epistemology

Compatibilism and Incompatibilism in Social Cognition

The Distinctive "Should" of Assertability

Sustaining Rules

Epistemic Situationism and Cognitive Ability

Experimental Work on the Norms of Assertion

Knowledge Attributions in Iterated Fake Barn Cases

Knowledge Central

Completing the Pragmatic Turn in Epistemology

Virtue Epistemology

Knowledge Judgments in “Gettier” Cases

Perceived Weaknesses of Philosophical Inquiry

A New Paradigm for Epistemology

Knowledge, Certainty, and Assertion

The Radicalism of Truth-Insensitive Epistemology

Perceptions of Philosophical Inquiry

How to Do Better

Vision, Knowledge and Assertion

Knowledge and Assertion in “Gettier” Cases

Thomas Reid

Selfless Assertions

From Virtue Epistemology to Abilism

An Open and Shut Case

Understanding and Explanation

Unreliable Knowledge

Factive Norms of Belief and Decision

Skeptical Appeal

Assertion and Assurance

Inability and Obligation in Moral Judgment

The Problem of ESEE Knowledge

The Truth About Lying

Is Probabilistic Evidence a Source of Knowledge?

Belief Through Thick and Thin

Knowledge and Assertion: A Simple Test

Excuse Validation

Knowledge and Luck

For the Greater Goods?

When Words Speak Louder than Actions

A Defense of Creationist Reasoning

Telling, Showing and Knowing

Reid on Natural Language

You Gotta Believe

Iffy Predictions

Suberogatory Assertion

The Folk Epistemology of Lotteries

Non-psychological Weakness of Will

Linguistic Intuitions in Context

Assertion

Ernest Sosa

Infinitism

Introduction to Infinitism

The Test of Truth

Knowledge Guaranteed

Infinitism, Finitude, and Normativity

Doomed to Fail

Bi-level Virtue Epistemology

Irksome Assertions

Liberal Thinking

A Conspicuous Art

That’s Outrageous

Infinitism

Epistemology

Virtue Epistemology

Satisficing

In Gettier’s Wake

Is Knowledge Justified True Belief?

Stumbling in Nozick’s Tracks

Reasons, Answers, and Goals

A Puzzle About Withholding

Pyrrhonian Skepticism Meets Speech-Act Theory

Preempting Paradox

Review of “Achieving Knowledge”

Presentations

Emotion, Control, and the Ethics of Belief

The Approximation Account of Knowledge

Questions and Methods

Visual Self-motion, Biological Sex, and the Sense of Self

Knowledge and Assertion in Korean

Lying, Fast and Slow

Epistemic Closure in Folk Epistemology

Knowledge and the Norm of Assertion

Subsistence Rights and Intuitions about Institutional Obligation

Doxastic Voluntarism and Folk Psychology

Modesty Is Not a Virtue

Exceptionalist Naturalism

Compatibilism and Incompatibilism in Social Cognition

Inability and Obligation in Moral Judgment

Three Factors that Affect the Credibility of Scientific Research

Modesty Is Not a Virtue

Comparative Epistemology

Modesty Is Not a Virtue

Values in Science Communication

Knowledge and the Norm of Assertion

Inside and Outside, Present and Absent

The Connection Between Knowledge and Action

Doxastic Voluntarism and Folk Psychology

Inductive Risk and Data on Values in Science

Personal Identity and Persisting as Many

Inability and Obligation in Moral Judgment

A New Paradigm for Epistemology

Knowledge and Luck

When Words Speak Louder than Actions

When Words Speak Louder than Actions

Ownership Rights and Utilitarian Moral Judgment

Weakness of Will without Commitment Violations

Action, Truth and Knowledge

Epistemic Closure in Folk Epistemology

Knowledge and Luck

Epistemic Closure in the Manifest Image

Excuse Validation

The Folk Epistemology of Lotteries

Excuse Validation

Moral Decision Making and Interpersonal Harm

The Test of Truth

Counterfactuals and the Scope of Moral Cognition

The Test of Truth

Abilism and Reliabilism

Knowledge and Suberogatory Assertion

Knowledge and Suberogatory Assertion

Knowledge and Suberogatory Assertion

Unreliable Knowledge

Epistemic Norms and Higher-order Knowledge

The Express Knowledge Account of Assertion

The Gettier Problem Solved

Knowledge as Achievement, More or Less

The Gettier Problem Solved

On the General Argument Against Internalism

The Ontology of Reasons

The Basing Relation

Student projects

Student projects

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