intuitivism

intuitivism

(ɪnˈtjuːɪtɪvˌɪzəm)
n
(Philosophy) ethics intuitionism
Translations
intuitivismo
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Losskii's intuitivism, one of the most original philosophical systems elaborated in Russia at the beginning of the 20th century, may be considered a "defense of the dignity of man" in the humanistic tradition.
Exemplary in this regard is a separate article by Scanlan on panpsychism, the precursor of intuitivism.
What is more, it grows up on neo-barocco, existentialism, intuitivism etc.
Linking it to neo-Kantian and phenomenological influences, Botz-Bornstein reveals Hartmann's critical ontology, Henri Bergson's intuitivism, and Mikhail Bakhtin's formalism as Sesemann's points of departure when dealing with such issues as experience, reality, time, duration, matter and form, and poetics.
These elective affinities in philosophy led Frank into discipleship with Nikolai Losskii's school of intuitivism in Russia and with representatives of existential phenomenology and social ontology in Germany (he studied with Max Weber, Hermann Cohen, and Georg Simmel, and was a close friend of Max Scheler and Ludwig Binswanger).