Jonathan Phillips and Christian Mott have now put together a new version of the Experimental Philosophy Page. It’s a great way to get access to the latest experimental work in epistemology, including lots of papers on contextualism and stakes-sensitivity and a bunch on Gettier cases, cross-cultural differences and the relationship between knowledge and belief.
The latest addition to the site is an exciting paper by the psychologists Christina Starmans and Ori Friedman. They show that people are actually surprisingly willing to attribute knowledge in Gettier cases and argue, with this evidence in hand, for a new analysis of the folk concept of knowledge. (Feel free to join in the discussion here.)