My Survey Responses

Survey Prompt Response
Main Questions
A priori knowledge Accept: no
Abstract objects Accept: nominalism
Aesthetic value Accept: subjective
Aim of philosophy Accept: happiness
Analytic-synthetic distinction Accept: no
Belief or credence Skipped
Continuum hypothesis Skipped
Eating animals and animal products Skipped
Epistemic justification Accept: externalism
Experience machine Skipped
Extended mind Accept: no
External world Accept: non-skeptical realism
Footbridge Skipped
Free will Accept: no free will
Gender Skipped
Gender categories Skipped
God Accept: atheism
Kant Skipped
Knowledge Accept: empiricism
Knowledge claims Accept: relativism
Laws of nature Skipped
Logic Skipped
Meaning of life Accept: nonexistent
Mental content Accept: internalism
Meta-ethics Accept: moral anti-realism
Metaphilosophy Accept: naturalism
Mind Accept: physicalism
Moral judgment Accept: non-cognitivism
Moral motivation Skipped
Moral principles Accept: moral particularism
Newcomb's problem Skipped
Normative ethics Skipped
Perceptual experience Accept: representationalism
Personal identity Accept: psychological view
Philosophical methods Accept a combination of answers:
  • Reject conceptual analysis
  • Accept empirical philosophy
  • Reject linguistic philosophy
  • Reject experimental philosophy
  • Reject conceptual engineering
  • Reject formal philosophy
  • Reject intuition-based philosophy
Philosophical progress Skipped
Political philosophy Accept: egalitarianism
Possible worlds Accept: nonexistent
Proper names Accept: Fregean
Quantum mechanics Skipped
Race Accept: unreal
Science Accept an alternative view: Singularist semirealism
Sleeping beauty Skipped
Teletransporter Skipped
Time Skipped
Trolley problem Skipped
Truth Skipped
Vagueness Skipped
Values in science Accept an alternative view: Singularist semirealism
Zombies Accept: conceivable but not metaphysically possible
Survey Prompt Response
Additional Questions
Abortion Accept: permissible
Aesthetic experience Accept: perception
Analysis of knowledge Skipped
Arguments for theism Accept an alternative view: All of them are equally bad
Capital punishment Accept: impermissible
Causation Lean towards: process/production
Chinese room Skipped
Concepts Accept: empiricism
Consciousness Accept: functionalism
Cosmological fine-tuning Skipped
Environmental ethics Skipped
Foundations of mathematics Skipped
Grounds of intentionality Accept: causal/teleological
Hard problem of consciousness Accept: no
Human genetic engineering Skipped
Hume Accept: naturalist
Immortality Accept: no
Interlevel metaphysics Accept: supervenience
Justification Skipped
Law Skipped
Material composition Skipped
Metaontology Accept: anti-realism
Method in history of philosophy Accept: analytic/rational reconstruction
Method in political philosophy Skipped
Mind uploading Skipped
Morality Skipped
Normative concepts Skipped
Other minds Accept a combination of answers:
  • Accept adult humans
  • Accept cats
  • Accept fish
  • Accept flies
  • Accept worms
  • Reject plants
  • Reject particles
  • Accept newborn babies
  • Reject current AI systems
  • Accept future AI systems
Ought implies can Accept: no
Philosophical knowledge Accept: a little
Plato Skipped
Politics Accept: socialism
Practical reason Skipped
Principle of sufficient reason Skipped
Properties Accept: tropes
Propositional attitudes Accept: nonexistent
Propositions Skipped
Race categories Accept: eliminate
Rational disagreement Skipped
Response to external-world skepticism Skipped
Semantic content Accept: radical contextualism (most or all)
Spacetime Skipped
Statue and lump Accept: one thing
Temporal ontology Skipped
Theory of reference Accept: descriptive
Time travel Skipped
True contradictions Skipped
Units of selection The question is too unclear to answer
Well-being Accept: hedonism/experientialism
Wittgenstein Accept an alternative view: Neither