"On Getting Talked into an Intuition"
Intuitions are often thought of as intellectual reflexes. But they are more malleable than reflexes: you can be talked into an intuition. Getting talked into an intuition is not just being caused to have an intuition, nor is it the same as being moved by an argument in favor of the intuition. I aim to bring this unique phenomenon into sharper focus and to describe a setting for thinking about the structures and mechanisms that might underlie it. I also consider the significance that the resulting view of intuition has for debates about the role of intuition in philosophy.