A Brief on Sellars and Schelling

As I see it Sellars’s distinction between the manifest image and scientific image which he would eventually reduce to a synoptic vision of the man-in-the world[1]is comparable, at least, in method, to Schelling’s distinction between the ideal and the real.[2]In his early text (which presumably belonged to his identity-philosophy period), Schelling proposes the concept of … Continue reading A Brief on Sellars and Schelling