Continuing on Philosophy and the Mirror of Nature, Ch. 3–4.
Rorty claims that Kantians improperly read Kantian concerns (the connection between the senses and reason) back into the ancients. He thought that Sellars’s “epistemological behaviorism” was right on, and despite what you may have heard does not give a bad rep to animals and babies. Plus, psychological nominalism! Woo hoo!
End song: “The Ghosts Are Alright” from The Bye-Bye Blackbirds; check out the interview on Nakedly Examined Music #32.