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— 48 — Schilpp, P., ed. 1963 The Philosophy of Rudolf Carnap (LaSalle, IL: Open Court). Sellars, W. 1947 “Pure Pragmatics and Epistemology” Philosophy of Science 14, repr. in Sellars 1980, pp. 5-26. Sellars, W. 1947b “Epistemology and the New Way of Words” Journal of Philosophy 44, repr. in Sellars 1980, pp. 31-46. Sellars, W. 1948 “Realism and the New Way of Words” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 8, repr. in Sellars 1980, pp. 53-86. Sellars, W. 1950 “Language, Rules, and Behavior” in Sidney Hook, ed. John Dewey: Philosopher of Science and Freedom (New York: Dial Press), repr. in Sellars 1980, pp. 129-155. Sellars, W. 1953 “Inference and Meaning” Mind 62, repr. in Sellars 1980, pp. 261-286. Sellars, W. 1954 “Some Reflections on Language Games”, Philosophy of Science 21, repr. in Sellars 1963a, pp. 321-358. Sellars, W. 1956 “Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind”, in H. Feigl and M. Scriven, eds., The Foundations of Science and the Concepts of Psychology and Psychoanalysis (Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science, vol. I; Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press), repr. in Sellars 1963a, pp. 127- 196. Sellars, W. 1962a “Philosophy and the Scientific Image of Man”, in R. Colodny, ed. Frontiers of Science and Philosophy (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press), repr. in Sellars 1963a, pp. 1-40. Sellars, W. 1962b “Truth and ‘Correspondence’”, Journal of Philosophy 59, repr. in Sellars 1963a, pp. 197-224. Sellars, W. 1963a Science, Perception, and Reality (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul). Sellars, W. 1963b “Empiricism and Abstract Entities”, in Schilpp (1963), pp. 431-468. Sellars, W. 1968 Science and Metaphysics: Variations on Kantian Themes (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul). Sellars, W. 1975 “The Structure of Knowledge”, in H.-N. Castañeda, ed. Action, Knowledge, and Reality; Critical Studies in Honor of Wilfrid Sellars (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill), pp. 295-347.
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