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Elijah Chudnoff is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Miami, where he has taught since receiving his PhD from Harvard University. He works primarily on epistemology and the philosophy of mind. He has published papers on intuition, phenomenal intentionality, theories of knowledge, and cognitive phenomenology.
Table of Contents
Introduction Part 1: Intuition Experience 1. What Intuitions Are Like 2. The Varieties of Intuition Part 2: Intuitive Justification 3. Phenomenal Dogmatism 4. Understanding-Based Reliabilism 5. The Rational Roles of Intuition Part 3: Intuitive Knowledge 6. The Ground of Perceptual Knowledge 7. The Ground of Intuitive Knowledge Conclusion: Intellectual Perception Revisited Bibliography Index