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dc.contributor.authorGusmano, Francescoit
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dc.date.issued2012-
dc.identifier.citationFrancesco Gusmano, "Wilfrid Sellars", in "APhEx 5", 2012, pp. 29it
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dc.description.abstractWilfrid Stalker Sellars (Ann Arbor, 1912 – Pittsburgh, 1989) has been one of the most important American philosophers of the twentieth century. Referring back to some central issues of pragmatism and developing, in the wake of Carnap, typical insides of logical positivism, has called into question the general paradigm of Givenness. In his most famous work, Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind, has criticized the concept of the Given in its main articulations. He also developed a concept of naturalism based on the recognition of centrality, at descriptive level, of scientific knowledge and, together, on the principle of irreducibility of normative discourse. Sellars has taught at various universities (Minnesota, Yale, Pittsburgh), influencing several generation of students (among his pupils, Paul Churchland and Robert Brandom).en
dc.description.abstractWilfrid Sellars (Ann Arbor, 1912 - Pittsburgh, 1989) è stato uno tra i più rilevanti filosofi americani del ventesimo secolo. Riallacciandosi ad alcuni motivi di fondo del pragmatismo e sviluppando, sulla scia di Carnap, istanze tipiche del positivismo logico, ha messo in questione il paradigma generale della datità (Givenness). Nella sua opera più celebre, Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind, ha criticato il concetto di dato nelle sue principali articolazioni. Ha inoltre elaborato una nozione di naturalismo basata sul riconoscimento della centralità, a livello fattuale-descrittivo, della conoscenza scientifica, e nel contempo sul principio dell'irriducibilità logica del discorso normativo. Ha insegnato in varie Università (Minnesota, Yale, Pittsburgh), influenzando diverse generazioni di studenti (tra i suoi allievi, Paul Churchland e Robert Brandom).it
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dc.publisherEUT Edizioni Università di Triesteit
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dc.subjectSellarsen
dc.subjectMyth of the givenen
dc.subjectEmpiricismen
dc.subjectNaturalismen
dc.subjectSellarsit
dc.subjectMito del datoit
dc.subjectEmpirismoit
dc.subjectNaturalismoit
dc.titleWilfrid Sellarsit
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