It would have been impossible for Willem deVries to leaveeveryone who grapples with Sellars happy with everythingin his book. But within the limits of what is offered only asan introduction, he has done an extraordinarily good jobof explaining this major thinker.
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Sellarss philosophical enterprise
Sellarss philosophy of language
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absolute processes abstract entities according to Sellars analysis argument assert basic behaviour categorial causal Chapter claims coherence coherentism colour commitment complex concepts conceptual framework distinction empirical knowledge Empiricism episodes epistemology explain expressions fact FMPP formulate foundationalism function given IAMB ice cube ideal inductive inference inferential intention Jones judgements justify kind language linguistic logical space manifest image material meaning mental mentalistic metalanguage metalinguistic Metaphysics modal moral myth nature nominalist non-inferential normative notion observation reports one's ontological particular Peircean perception Philosophy of Mind physical objects picture practical predicates principle problem proper sensibles properties propositional knowledge propositions PSIM psychological quantifier realism reductive materialism reference relation representational system role rules Ryleans scientific image scientific realism seems Sellars thinks Sellars's view semantic sensation sense impressions sensory sentences singular terms statements structure theoretical theory things thought tion transcendentally ideal truth ultimately vocabulary Wilfrid Sellars