I realize this is more of a question about "culture" of philosophy and answers will be relative.
As an autodidact, beginning largely in the Continental tradition, it is sometimes hard for me to know whether certain ideas are undergraduate cliches in philosophy departments or somewhat more arcane and perhaps no longer part of a standard curriculum.
In particular, I am interested in applying Sellars' concept of the "manifest image" versus the "scientific image." This seems a very useful model for sorting out certain aspects of the phenomenology-analytical contradictions.
Are these concepts still regularly taught? Are "manifest image" versus "scientific image" ideas most grad students are fully aware of?