Wesley sends us a link to a blog post which begins:
Since Plato, intuitions have played considerable evidentiary roles in shaping philosophical discourse. Yet, given the gender imbalance in professional academic philosophy today, intuitions imported from the armchair mostly belong to a bunch of men. But do the epistemic intuitions of male philosophy professors represent consensus? A growing body of empirical evidence suggests they don’t.
In a new paper [Gender and Epistemic Intuition], I present a series of experimental studies showing that men and women intuit about important epistemological thought experiments in surprisingly different ways…
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