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Wilfrid Sellars. His father was the noted Canadian-American philosopher Roy Wood Sellars, a leading American philosophical naturalist in the first half of the twentieth-century.

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Wilfrid was educated at Michigan, the University of Buffalo, and Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar, obtaining his highest earned degree, an MA, in During WWII, he served in military intelligence. He then taught at the University of Iowa, the University of Minnesota, Yale University, and from until his death, at the University of Pittsburgh. Sellars is best known as a critic of foundationalist epistemology, but his philosophical works are more generally directed toward the ultimate goal of reconciling intuitive ways of describing the world both those of common sense and traditional philosophy with a thoroughly naturalist, scientific account of reality.

He is widely regarded both for great sophistication of argument and for his assimilation of many and diverse subjects in pursuit of a synoptic vision.