Neo-Kantianism

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Ne`o-Kant´i`an`ism


n.1.The philosophy of modern thinkers who follow Kant in his general theory of knowledge, esp. of a group of German philosophers including F. A. Lange, H. Cohen, Paul Natorp, and others.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The philosophers who cut their teeth on the debate include Trendelenburg's student, the founder of the Marburg school, Hermann Cohen, and Fischer's student, one of the founders of the Baden school, Wilhelm Windelband.
In particular, Heidegger struggled to carve out an intellectual space over against the then-dominant schools of neo-Kantianism (i.e., the Marburg and Heidelberg or Baden schools).