Mètodes de recerca en filosofia teòrica contemporània.
- Days: 16-17-21 and 24/2. Time: 16-18h
- 17 and 21/2 401 faculty of Philosophy, 24/2 Seminario de filosofía (4th floor Faculty of Philosophy).
THIS COURSE IS THE SECOND PART OF THE RESEARCH SEMINAR IN THEORETICAL PHILOSOPHY (565856).
"The epistemology of perceptual experience".
*In virtue of which features do perceptual experiences provide rational support for believing their contents?
*What is the epistemic impact of top-down effects by other mental states on perceptual experience? For instance, if you're afraid that there's a gun in the fridge, and when you open the door to check, your fear influences the contents of your experience so that you seem to see a gun, does the impact of your fear on your visual experience reduce the rational support provided by your experience for believing that there's a gun in the fridge?
*When prior mental states (such as prior knowledge or recognitional abilities) enrich the contents of experience, what role do those states
if any play in perceptual justification?
*What is the relationship between perceptual ideals ('good' cases of perception), justification, and knowledge?