Why was the idea of a manifest image important?

Epistemology and Metaphysics After Logical Positivism Read more from
Chapter Analytic Philosophy

Those analytic twentieth century philosophers who explicated a “manifest image” of the world sought to reconcile the common view of the world with the scientific view. The term was coined by Wilfred Sellars (1912–1989).


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