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Roy Wood Sellars (1880, Seaforth, Ontario
Seaforth, Ontario
– September 5, 1973, Ann Arbor) was a Canadian philosopher of critical realism and religious humanism, and a proponent of evolutionary naturalism. His son was the philosopher Wilfrid Sellars. Sellars received his B.A. from the University of Michigan. For much of his career he taught at Michigan. In his 1967 book, Reflections on American Philosophy From Within he described his views on materialism as evolutionary materialism, an extension to his 1922 groundbreaking book Evolutionary Naturalism. He helped draft the Humanist Manifesto
Humanist Manifesto
in 1933 and also signed the Humanist Manifesto
Humanist Manifesto
II in 1973.[1] See also[edit]

American philosophy List of American philosophers

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^ " Humanist Manifesto
Humanist Manifesto
II". American Humanist Association. Retrieved October 15, 2012. 

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has original works written by or about: Roy Wood Sellars

Biography at Notable American Unitarians Biography mirror Bibliography of Roy Wood Sellars "Roy Wood Sellars". Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  Roy Wood Sellars 1880-1973, by William K. Frankena, Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association, Vol. 47, 1973–74, pp. 230–32. Works by Roy Wood Sellars at Project Gutenberg Works by or about Roy Wood Sellars at Internet Archive

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