Joshua Knobe mainly focuses on Epistemology, Social psychology, Action, Folk psychology and Moral responsibility. His research in Philosophy of mind, Experimental philosophy, Western philosophy, Philosophical literature and Ordinary language philosophy are components of Epistemology. His research in Western philosophy intersects with topics in Determinism and Free will.
He combines subjects such as Developmental psychology, Intentionality and Social perception with his study of Social psychology. His Action study combines topics in areas such as Moral psychology, Moral authority, Moral reasoning and Social cognitive theory of morality. He has included themes like Theory of mind and Moral disengagement in his Folk psychology study.
Joshua Knobe focuses on Epistemology, Social psychology, Experimental philosophy, Morality and Action. His Social psychology research incorporates themes from Moral responsibility, Social cognition and Social perception. His Moral responsibility research includes themes of Determinism and Free will.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Philosophy of science, Reproducibility, Field and Philosophy of psychology in addition to Experimental philosophy. The Morality study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive science and Happiness. His Action study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Affect, Cognitive psychology and Moral disengagement.
Joshua Knobe mostly deals with Epistemology, Experimental philosophy, Essentialism, Philosophy of science and Cognitive psychology. In the subject of general Epistemology, his work in Realism, Causation and Formalism is often linked to Common law and Jurisprudence, thereby combining diverse domains of study. As a member of one scientific family, Joshua Knobe mostly works in the field of Experimental philosophy, focusing on Empirical research and, on occasion, Metaphilosophy and Contemporary philosophy.
His Cognitive psychology research includes elements of Context, Probability distribution, Action, Causal reasoning and Overdetermination. As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Philosophy of psychology, concentrating on Free will and frequently concerns with Social psychology. He works in the field of Social psychology, focusing on Attribution in particular.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Epistemology, Experimental philosophy, Essentialism, Categorization and Overdetermination. His Epistemology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Test and Field. His Experimental philosophy research incorporates elements of Applied psychology, Reproducibility, Philosophy of science, Reliability and Sample.
His Overdetermination research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Counterfactual thinking, Cognitive psychology, Causal reasoning and Action.
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Intentional Action and Side Effects in Ordinary Language
Experimental Philosophy: Volume 2
Joshua Knobe;Shaun Nichols.
The Folk Concept of Intentionality
Bertram F. Malle;Joshua Knobe.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (1997)
Moral Responsibility and Determinism: The Cognitive Science of Folk Intuitions
Shaun Nichols;Joshua Knobe.
Disgust sensitivity predicts intuitive disapproval of gays.
Yoel Inbar;David A. Pizarro;Joshua Knobe;Paul Bloom.
Intentional Action in Folk Psychology: An Experimental Investigation
Philosophical Psychology (2003)
Oxford studies in experimental philosophy
Tania Lombrozo;Joshua Michael Knobe;Shaun Nichols.
Acting intentionally and the side-effect effect: 'Theory of mind' and moral judgment
Alan M. Leslie;Joshua Knobe;Adam Cohen.
Psychological Science (2006)
The Concept of Intentional Action: A Case Study in the Uses of Folk Psychology
Philosophical Studies (2006)
Cause and Norm
Christopher Hitchcock;Joshua Knobe.
The Journal of Philosophy (2009)
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