The Rise of Neo-Kantianism

The Rise of Neo-Kantianism

Klaus Christian Köhnke


it is a translation of a piece more and more well-known as some of the most very important & cutting edge contributions to the background of philosophy lately. Kohnke's account of the effect of the amorphous stream often called neo-Kantianism combines statistical research of the particular classes taught at German universities with broader hypothesis at the political & social tastes of the thinkers mentioned. an important contribution to the highbrow heritage of the 19th century, Kohnke's ebook has profound implications for a way during which the background of philosophy is pursued. Lewis White Beck, the dean of yank students during this box, has supplied a foreword to R. J. Hollingdale's lucid translation, & the full is probably going to have an effect well past experts in nineteenth-century German idea

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