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Just out of interest, there is an article called Autobiographical Reflections by Sellars available online wherein he details that he was introduced to Husserl when he studied under Marvin Farber. He also mentions phenomenology in his article on Phenomenalism (in like one line, where he describes it as conceptual analysis). So, he was familiar with the ...


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Russell, in his logicist programme, tries to prove that mathematics is analytic and not synthetic as argued by Kant. However, he hides his own programme quite successfully in PoP. Maybe, because Russell thinks it should be a book about the problems of philosphy rather than about their solutions. Or, because he thinks the logicist's solution to the problem of ...


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