Sellars and the measure of all things

Philosophical Studies 34 (4):381 - 400 (1978)
Argues that Sellars' theories can be seen as an elaborate argument for scientific realism as an almost-transcendental condition for the meaningfulness of language.
Keywords Sellars  meaning  scientific realism  transcendental argument
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DOI 10.1007/BF00364704
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