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March 30, 2007



Could some advocate of "experimental philosophy" tell me what part of it is actually philosophical, please.

Dylan Murray

Will you be accepting any other abstracts for posters or talks?


Mitchell Porter:

Until you provide an uncontentious account of "actually philosophical," I'm afraid our hands are tied.

All the Best,

John Doris


John - see my paper, "What Actually Counts As Philosophy? The Folk Have Their Say" (forthcoming in Journal of Experimental Metaphilosophy).


Dear Mitchell:

Is the paper posted somewhere? I don't think we get the journal here. Perhaps Dave can post it. I certainly look forward to seeing an uncontentious account of what counts as philosophy!


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