John McDowell: Experience, Norm, and Nature
combines original essays by leading contemporary philosophers with point by point responses by McDowell himself to explore the central themes of one of the most innovative philosophers of our day.
- Provides original and critical essays examining McDowell’s reading and appropriation of Sellars, Kant, and Hegel in his own philosophy
- Explores McDowell’s notions of perceptual experience and his proposed rethinking of our conception of nature in light of the challenges that reason and normativity introduce
- Includes an original essay by McDowell that includes significant developments of his conception of perceptual experience
- Offers thorough and penetrating responses by McDowell to his critics