My Survey Responses

Survey Prompt Response
A priori knowledge Lean towards: no
Abstract objects Agnostic/undecided
Aesthetic value Lean towards: objective
Aim of philosophy Accept a combination of answers:
  • Reject goodness/justice
  • Accept wisdom
  • Reject happiness
  • Accept truth/knowledge
  • Accept understanding
Analysis of knowledge Agnostic/undecided
Analytic-synthetic distinction Lean towards: no
Arguments for theism Accept: cosmological
Belief or credence Lean towards: credence
Causation Lean towards: primitive
Chinese room Accept: doesn't understand
Concepts Accept: empiricism
Consciousness Accept a combination of answers:
  • Lean towards dualism
  • Reject identity theory
  • Reject panpsychism
  • Reject functionalism
  • Reject eliminativism
  • Lean towards idealism
Continuum hypothesis Lean towards: determinate
Cosmological fine-tuning Accept a combination of answers:
  • Reject brute fact
  • Accept design
  • Lean against multiverse
  • Lean towards no fine-tuning
Eating animals and animal products Accept: omnivorism (yes and yes)
Epistemic justification Lean towards: externalism
Experience machine Accept: no
Extended mind Lean towards: yes
External world Lean towards: idealism
Footbridge Accept: don't push
Foundations of mathematics Agnostic/undecided
Free will Lean towards: compatibilism
Gender Lean towards: social
Gender categories Accept: revise
God Accept: theism
Grounds of intentionality Lean towards: phenomenal
Hard problem of consciousness Accept: yes
Hume The question is too unclear to answer
Immortality Accept: yes
Interlevel metaphysics Accept: grounding
Justification Lean towards: reliabilism
Kant Lean towards: two worlds
Knowledge Lean towards: empiricism
Knowledge claims Agnostic/undecided
Laws of nature Accept: non-Humean
Logic Accept: classical
Material composition Accept: restrictivism
Meaning of life The question is too unclear to answer
Mental content Lean towards: externalism
Meta-ethics Accept: moral realism
Metaontology Lean towards: heavyweight realism
Metaphilosophy Accept: non-naturalism
Method in history of philosophy Accept a combination of answers:
  • Accept contextual/historicist
  • Accept analytic/rational reconstruction
Mind Lean towards: non-physicalism
Mind uploading Lean towards: death
Moral judgment Accept: cognitivism
Moral motivation Accept: internalism
Moral principles Accept: moral generalism
Morality Accept: constructivism
Newcomb's problem Accept: two boxes
Normative concepts Lean towards: reasons
Normative ethics Accept: deontology
Other minds Accept a combination of answers:
  • Accept adult humans
  • Accept cats
  • Neutral towards fish
  • Neutral towards flies
  • Lean against worms
  • Reject plants
  • Reject particles
  • Accept newborn babies
  • Reject current AI systems
  • Neutral towards future AI systems
Ought implies can Lean towards: yes
Perceptual experience Lean towards: qualia theory
Personal identity Lean towards: psychological view
Philosophical knowledge Lean towards: a little
Philosophical methods Accept a combination of answers:
  • Accept conceptual engineering
  • Lean towards experimental philosophy
  • Accept intuition-based philosophy
  • Accept linguistic philosophy
  • Lean towards formal philosophy
  • Accept conceptual analysis
  • Neutral towards empirical philosophy
Philosophical progress Accept: a little
Plato Lean towards: knowledge only of forms
Political philosophy Accept an alternative view: Kantian liberalism
Possible worlds Accept: abstract
Practical reason Accept: Kantian
Principle of sufficient reason Accept: true
Proper names Agnostic/undecided
Properties Agnostic/undecided
Propositional attitudes Lean towards: dispositional
Propositions Agnostic/undecided
Quantum mechanics Agnostic/undecided
Race Accept: social
Rational disagreement Lean towards: permissivism
Response to external-world skepticism Lean towards: semantic externalist
Science Accept: scientific realism
Spacetime Lean towards: substantivalism
Statue and lump Accept: two things
Teletransporter Lean towards: death
Temporal ontology Accept: eternalism
Theory of reference Lean towards: causal
Time Accept: B-theory
Time travel Accept: metaphysically possible
Trolley problem Agnostic/undecided
True contradictions Accept: impossible
Truth Lean towards: correspondence
Vagueness Lean towards: semantic
Well-being Agnostic/undecided
Wittgenstein Accept: late
Zombies Lean towards: metaphysically possible