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01/31/2014

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Shen-yi Liao

Very cool! As you know, I'm really excited by the prospect of this kind of work, and Mark Alfano's post was really interesting in that regard. I just want to mention that another person who has done work of this sort is James Andow, who looked at and compared the use of the term "intuition" in philosophy and other academic disciplines.

Mark Alfano

I hope this is the start of a long conversation!

Eric Schwitzgebel

I agree that X-Phi should expand to include a broad range of methods, and data science in particular seems promising. You might check out some of my preliminary work on this on my blog The Splintered Mind. For example:
http://schwitzsplinters.blogspot.com/2012/08/the-ghettoization-of-nietzsche.html
http://schwitzsplinters.blogspot.com/2012/07/discussion-arcs-of-apa-presidents-from.html

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