Neo-Kantian


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a.1.Of or pertaining to Neo-Kantianism.
n.1.An adherent of Neo-Kantianism.
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The author presents a concept of humans as symbolizing beings that interpret themselves and are endowed with the capacity of self-determination, illustrating the philosophical foundation of this concept through the ideas of Neo-Kantian philosopher Ernst Cassirer and psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan.
A Neo-Kantian Account of Perception, LESLIE STEVENSON
As a consequence, and for strict Kantian reasons, not mere neo-Kantian considerations, one should avoid sport hunting (and rather go hiking) and meat eating (and rather eat vegan--pp.128-9).
(49) As a neo-Kantian, Habermas distinguishes between morals, which have to do with what is universally right, and ethics, which have to do with what is good relative to a particular community.
And yet the epistemological foundations of these debates often remained confused in Kantian and neo-Kantian positions that limited their scope, as the alternative between the "natural sciences" and the "cultural sciences," to which Simmel adhered, eloquently shows.
Heilke persuasively suggests that neo-Kantian epistemology affected Voegelin's "theory of consciousness" and his philosophical analysis of history, which Voegelin primarily based on man's experiential encounter with trancendent reality.
Originating as a doctoral dissertation produced in the philosophy department of Bowling Green State U., this volume defends a Neo-Kantian account of the modern state and legal institutions against an alternative view of social organization, exemplified by Chandran Kukatha's ideal of the "liberal archipelago," in which individuals have an unconditional right to live in accordance with their conscience and to absent themselves from any religious, cultural, social, and political associations.
Ameriks denies that such dogmatism is a philosophical fault, especially in light of the failures of neo-Kantian attempts at such arguments.
These photos I took of some of them illustrate neo-Kantian philosopher Susanne Langer's argument from her 1942 book Philosophy in a New Key: A Study in the Symbolism of Reason, Rite, and Art that "presentational language" depends on "the wealth of poverty of transient imagery ...
Drawing from Kantian legal philosophy (4) and several neo-Kantian writings, (5) this Article depicts the main contours of what I have labeled a Choice-Based Perspective ("CBP") on choice-of-law.