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Belief
E Schwitzgebel
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2011
7352011
The unreliability of naive introspection
E Schwitzgebel
Philosophical Review 117 (2), 245-273, 2008
6092008
Expertise in moral reasoning? Order effects on moral judgment in professional philosophers and non‐philosophers
E Schwitzgebel, F Cushman
Mind & Language 27 (2), 135-153, 2012
4972012
A phenomenal, dispositional account of belief
E Schwitzgebel
Nos 36 (2), 249-275, 2002
4892002
Perplexities of consciousness
E Schwitzgebel
MIT press, 2011
4272011
Describing inner experience?: proponent meets skeptic
RT Hurlburt, E Schwitzgebel
The MIT Press, 2007
357*2007
Introspection, what
E Schwitzgebel
Introspection and consciousness, 29-48, 2012
3492012
Acting contrary to our professed beliefs or the gulf between occurrent judgment and dispositional belief
E Schwitzgebel
Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 91 (4), 531-553, 2010
3292010
Knowing that P without believing that P
B Myers‐Schulz, E Schwitzgebel
Nos 47 (2), 371-384, 2013
2282013
Philosophers’ biased judgments persist despite training, expertise and reflection
E Schwitzgebel, F Cushman
Cognition 141, 127-137, 2015
2162015
In‐between believing
E Schwitzgebel
The Philosophical Quarterly 51 (202), 76-82, 2001
2082001
Do ethicists steal more books?
E Schwitzgebel
Philosophical Psychology 22 (6), 711-725, 2009
1922009
The moral behavior of ethics professors: Relationships among self-reported behavior, expressed normative attitude, and directly observed behavior
E Schwitzgebel, J Rust
Philosophical Psychology 27 (3), 293-327, 2014
1712014
A new measure of life satisfaction: The Riverside Life Satisfaction Scale
S Margolis, E Schwitzgebel, DJ Ozer, S Lyubomirsky
Journal of personality assessment, 2018
1632018
A dispositional approach to attitudes: Thinking outside of the belief box
E Schwitzgebel
New essays on belief: Constitution, content and structure, 75-99, 2013
1322013
How well do we know our own conscious experience? The case of visual imagery
E Schwitzgebel
Journal of Consciousness Studies 9 (5-6), 35-53, 2002
1242002
If materialism is true, the United States is probably conscious
E Schwitzgebel
Philosophical Studies 172, 1697-1721, 2015
1222015
Whose concepts are they, anyway? The role of philosophical intuition in empirical psychology
A Gopnik, E Schwitzgebel
Rethinking intuition, 75-91, 1998
1171998
Do You Have Constant Tactile Experience of Your Feet in Your Shoes?: Or Is Experience Limited to What's in Attention?
E Schwitzgebel
Journal of Consciousness Studies 14 (3), 5-35, 2007
1142007
A defense of the rights of artificial intelligences
E Schwitzgebel, M Garza
Midwest Studies in Philosophy 39, 98-119, 2015
1112015
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