Danilo Manca is a junior assistant professor at the University of Pisa. He is the author of a book in Italian on Hegel and Husserl; he has coedited the volume Hegel and Phenomenology, and special journal issues including “Realism, Pragmatism, Naturalism: The Vicissitudes of Phenomenology in North America” in Discipline Filosofiche, “The Conceptual Framework of Persons: A Metaphilosophical Investigation” in Philosophical Inquiries, and “Pragmatism and Phenomenology” in the European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy.
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Wilfrid Sellars and Phenomenology
Intersections, Encounters, Oppositions
Edited by Daniele De Santis and Danilo Manca
This collection offers the first systematic, comparative analysis of Wilfrid Sellars’s Pittsburgh school of thought and Husserlian phenomenology. Beginning with an introduction to contemporary philosophical debates about the mind and pragmatism, the essays examine and clarify the discursive divide between analytic and Continental philosophy.