Jennifer Nagel
Associate Professor
Philosophy
University of Toronto

Jennifer Nagel is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toronto.  Her research interests include epistemology and metacognition.

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Intuition

What makes a judgment count as intuitive, and how is intuition different from perception and reasoning? In this Wireless Philosophy video, Jennifer Nagel (University of Toronto) examines the nature of intuition and the role played by intuitions in philosophy.

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'Knowledge First' Epistemology
PHILOSOPHY - Epistemology: 'Knowledge First' Epistemology [HD]
Analyzing Knowledge, Part 3 (Causal and Reliabilist Theories)
PHILOSOPHY - Epistemology: Analyzing Knowledge #3 (Causal and Reliabilist Theories) [HD]
Analyzing Knowledge, Part 2 (No-False-Lemma and No-Defeater Approaches)
PHILOSOPHY - Epistemology: Analyzing Knowledge, Part 2 (No-False-Lemma and No-Defeater Approaches)
Analyzing Knowledge, Part 1 (The Gettier Problem)
PHILOSOPHY - Epistemology: Analyzing Knowledge, Part 1 (The Gettier Problem) [HD]
New Responses to Skepticism
PHILOSOPHY - Epistemology: New Responses to Skepticism [HD]
Three Responses to Skepticism
PHILOSOPHY - Epistemology: Three Solutions to Skepticism [HD]
The Problem of Skepticism
PHILOSOPHY - Epistemology: The Problem of Skepticism [HD]
Introduction to Theory of Knowledge
PHILOSOPHY - Epistemology: Introduction to Theory of Knowledge [HD]
A Toolkit for Building a Better Mind.