Un appel à textes pour le numéro 9 de la European Review of Philosophy, intitulé Psychology and Experimental Philosophy. Les soumissions portant sur les questions suivantes sont fortement encouragées :

What can experimental data show about the ordinary understanding of consciousness? Or of aesthetics? Or of explanation? Or of some new area that experimentalists have not even begun to examine? We would be most interested either in papers that report new experimental data or in papers that examine the implications of results that have already been reported elsewhere.

What should be the role of experimentation in philosophy, and in particular how should descriptive facts constrain normative theories?

Are there new objections to the project of experimental philosophy and how sound are the existing objections to experimental philosophy?

What is the relationship between experimental philosophy and related research programs, such as cognitive psychology and Quinean naturalism?

(Via Experimental Philosophy)