Defining and Re-Examining Neo-Kantianism
Simply defined, neo-Kantianism, in a historical sense, was the movement in 19th-century Germany to rehabilitate Kant’s philosophy. Neo-Kantianism was the predominant philosophical movement in Germany in the final decades of the 19th century, and its influence spread far and wide, to Italy, France, England and Russia. The golden age of neo-Kantianism was from 1860 to 1914. During these decades, to be at the cutting edge of philosophy, to have a rigorous training in the discipline, meant studying Kant. In 1875, Johannes Volkelt, an up-and-coming neo-Kantian, gave witness to this new ...
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