6 offprints of articles and reviews from the collection of Wilfrid Sellars: Review of Blair's "On the Knowledge of Good and Evil" (1957), Grading, Values, and Choice (1958), Review of Korner's Conceptual Thinking (1955), Foundations for a Presentative Theory of Perception and Sensation (1966), C. I. Lewis's Theory of Value and Ethics (1964), Symposium on Logical Subjects and Physical Objects (ND). Charles A. Baylis.

6 offprints of articles and reviews from the collection of Wilfrid Sellars: Review of Blair's "On the Knowledge of Good and Evil" (1957), Grading, Values, and Choice (1958), Review of Korner's Conceptual Thinking (1955), Foundations for a Presentative Theory of Perception and Sensation (1966), C. I. Lewis's Theory of Value and Ethics (1964), Symposium on Logical Subjects and Physical Objects (ND)

Paperback. 6 offprints, all very good, two with Baylis's name in pencil written by Sellars on front covers. Sellars was a major American philosopher who was the first to synthesize American pragmatism with Continental analytical philosophy and Vienna Circle logical positivism. He ranks with Carnap, Hempel, Salmon and Grunbaum as among the 20th century's most influential philosophers. Baylis was a professor associated with Brown University who founded the Journal of Symbolic Logic. Very Good. Item #H17729

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