I am Professor of Philosophy, Director of the Experimental Epistemology Research Group, and Member of the Center for Cognitive Science at the University at Buffalo (SUNY). My primary research interests are in epistemology and experimental philosophy (XPhi). Epistemology is the branch of philosophy devoted to studying the nature and extent of human knowledge, rationality, and evidence. XPhi uses the tools of the cognitive and social sciences to shed light on topics of perennial philosophical debate. Within XPhi, I've investigated (i) how moral judgments about people's actions affect intuitions about how much knowledge those people have, (ii)…

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