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Back and To The Left - Max Deutsch Returns - Another Progressive Podcast Host

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

https://anchor.fm/max-deutsch

1hr 41mins

16 Oct 2020

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A View From The Left - Max Deutsch - Another Progressive Podcast Host

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

https://open.spotify.com/show/0BvDTv9bFHAzlDCjdyId6qSponsor: https://apply.fundwise.com/minddog

1hr 35mins

1 Sep 2020

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Max Deutsch VS Magnus Carlsen la sfida

Alessandro de Concini - Pillole

Max Deutsch VS Magnus Carlsen: la sfida di apprendimento dell'anno.È possibile arrivare al livello di un campione del mondo studiando e facendo pratica per solamente 30 giorni?

3mins

2 Jun 2018

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Karen Cheng, Max Deutsch, Wakeout, Degreed and Peace

Justin Finkelstein Talks

9mins

29 Mar 2018

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Max Deutsch, Openmind and Going From 0 To Master

Justin Finkelstein Talks

6mins

20 Mar 2018

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Max Deutsch the obsessive learner, Perfectionism & Korea! 🎮 AskWeldon 173

The Weldon Green Show

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35mins

20 Mar 2018

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Max Deutsch, “The Myth of the Intuitive: Experimental Philosophy and Philosophical Method” (MIT, 2015)

New Books in Philosophy

There is a movement in contemporary philosophy known as “experimental philosophy” or “x-phi” for short. It proceeds against the backdrop of a critique of contemporary analytic philosophy. According to the Xi-phi critique, analytic philosophers rely too heavily on an unsound method which involves arguing for philosophical conclusions from premises whose force rests solely in what philosophers find “intuitive” or “obvious.” Using polling and survey methods, experimental philosophers show that claims that philosophers often take to be “intuitive” are in fact not commonly held among non-philosophers, and that individuals’ sense of what’s “obvious” varies according to factors such as ethnicity, geography, age, and gender. In light of this, X-philes claim that analytic philosophy is doomed, for it treats philosophers’ intuitions as evidence in favor of philosophical claims. But the variability of intuitions shows that intuitions have no evidentiary weight.In The Myth of the Intuitive: Experimental Philosophy and Philosophical Method (MIT, 2015), Max Deutsch defends analytic philosophy against the x-phi critique by showing that, in fact, analytic philosophers do not treat intuitions as evidence. Drawing on careful readings of the texts that are the central targets of the x-phi critique, Deutsch shows that analytic philosophers rarely appeal to intuitions as if they provided evidential support. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/philosophy

1hr 19mins

1 Aug 2015