Koksvik, O. (2017). The phenomenology of intuition. Philosophy Compass,12(1), 1-11. United States of America: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Inc.. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1111/phc3.12387
When a person has an intuition, it seems to her that things are certain ways; to many it seems that torturing the innocent for fun is wrong, for example. When a person has an intuition, there is also something particular it is like to be her: intuitions have a characteristic phenomenal character. This article asks how the phenomenal character of intuition is related to two core core questions in the philosophy of intuition, namely: Is intuition a source of justification and knowledge? and What are intuitions?
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