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.
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It is obvious Blondel's neo-Kantianism destroys the rational basis for belief.
They cover Aristotle, Dante, and Kelsen; Kelsen and early modern and Enlightenment theories of natural law; Kelsen, neo-Kantianism, and Schmitt; and Kelsen's natural law.
Since at this time Neo-Kantianism was the dominant school of philosophy in philosophy departments across Europe and the members of the Circle were affiliated to Neo-Kantian philosophy, young Bakhtin showed real enthusiasm for Neo-Kantian philosophy of the Marburg School, notably those of Ernest Cassirer and Hermann Cohen.
The disagreements among political partisans and the philosophers of the various academic schools over how the state should relate to the individual, and vice versa, diminish into near insignificance in light of Tanaka's principled critiques of neo-Kantianism, whether Marxist, liberal, technologist, or ultrastatist.
Unlike Wood and Korsgaard, he does not defend a neo-Kantianism that tweaks the original, and unlike Wilson and Guyer, he is not just reconstructing a historical account.
misinterprets the conflict over historical methods and misunderstands the Southwest School of Neo-Kantianism. Specifically, she is wrong about Heinrich Rickert's philosophy and about Emil Lask's philosophy of history.
Uniting Kantianism and Neo-Kantianism in unique ways, he disrupts the Kantian notion of "unbroken progress" (130) and rejects, with some adjustments, Kant's conceptions of practical and instrumental reason (125).
Arpad Szakolczai's essay "Eric Voegelin and Neo-Kantianism: Early Formative Experience or Late Entrapment?" (137-165) explores Voegelin's relationship to modern philosophy.
The second section opens with John Michael Krois's remarkable depiction of Ernst Cassirer's Kulturphilosophie, followed by Frederick Beiser's reconstruction of Neo-Kantianism's battle against the "dark forces" of historicism, nihilism, and pessimism.
I shall briefly discuss this connection between the historical theory of law and German Idealism as representative of early nineteenth century German historicism before highlighting the connection Beiser draws between the Southwest Neo-Kantianism of thinkers such as Windelband, Rickert, and Lask.
The descendants of neo-Kantianism assert that space-time curvature caused by matter and energy is impossible, since matter and energy already require the concepts of space and time.
This research into conditions constitutes a sort of neo-Kantianism unique to Foucault [...] [I]f there is any neo-Kantianism, it is because visibilities together with their conditions form a Receptivity, and statements together with their conditions form a Spontaneity.