...and we now know something, but I'm not sure what (other than a lot of philosophers don't like analytic metaphysics):
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31% of respondents have a positive view of "analytic metaphysics," 28% a fairly negative view, and 23% say we should just "ignore it." Since "analytic metaphysics" is a current prestige area of philosophy--well-represented at all the leading PhD programs--some of this may be tainted a bit with jealousy. Certainly I wish actual fields with cognitive criteria, like the ones I work in, were as important on the contemporary landscape!