On Normativity and Epistemic Intuitions

As some (hopefully many) of you know, several years ago I started an effort to systematically replicate diverse results from the experimental philosophy literature. That work produced two papers
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As some (hopefully many) of you know, several years ago I started an effort to systematically replicate diverse results from the experimental philosophy literature. That work produced two papers (link to paper on gender and link to paper on ethnicity) and for the SSRN versions, see paper on gender and paper on ethnicity.  Others who became interested in this kind of work carried out similar replications and verified my original findings (link 1 and link 2).In one of my papers (paper on ethnicity) I attempted replication of the influential article by Weinberg, Nichols and Stich (2001) that in large part gave rise to the experimental philosophy movement.  None of the findings of the original paper were reproducible.I wanted to post a quick note on a related study I conducted recently.  I will not be submitting this for publication and so wanted to share the results via this blog post. The data for the exact replication of Weinberg et al. (2001) surveyed individuals of East and South. . .

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