By Shaun Nichols, Joshua Knobe
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The challenge we are about to raise is, we claim, a problem for IDR accounts no matter what goes on within the black box. B. The Normativity Problem Reﬂective equilibrium strategies and other Intuition-Driven Romantic strategies all yield as outputs claims that putatively have normative force. These outputs tell us how people ought to go about forming and revising their beliefs, which belief-forming strategies yield genuinely justiﬁed beliefs, which beliefs are warranted, which count as real knowledge rather than mere opinion, etc.
Thus, we will call this family of strategies Intuition-Driven Romanticism (or IDR). As we use the notion, an epistemic intuition is simply a spontaneous judgment about the epistemic properties of some speciﬁc case—a judgment for which the person making the judgment may be able to offer no plausible justiﬁcation. To count as an 20 Cross-Cultural Differences in Intuitions Intuition-Driven Romantic strategy for discovering or testing epistemic norms, the following three conditions must be satisﬁed: (i) The strategy must take epistemic intuitions as data or input.
First, we wanted our intuition probes—the cases that we would ask subjects to judge—to be similar to cases that have actually been used in the recent literature in epistemology. Second, since the ﬁndings reported by Nisbett and his colleagues all focused on differences between East Asians (henceforth, EAs) and European Americans (henceforth, Ws, for 26 Cross-Cultural Differences in Intuitions “Westerners”), we decided that would be the obvious place to look ﬁrst for differences in epistemic intuitions.