The Differences of Neo-Kantian and Hartmannian Theories of Knowledge
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Nikodemas Juršėnas
Published 1979-09-29
https://doi.org/10.15388/Problemos.1979.24.6262
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Juršėnas N. (1979). The Differences of Neo-Kantian and Hartmannian Theories of Knowledge. Problemos, 24, 52-62. https://doi.org/10.15388/Problemos.1979.24.6262

Abstract

The causes of the origin of the German neo-Kantianism are observed. Among those are the Marburg and Baden schools, different stages of the development of these tendencies and trends. The relations of neo-Kantians to I. Kant are discussed. An attempt is made to discover a specific character of their approach to the problems of cognition. The next problem under discussion is N. Hartmann’s deviation from neo-Kantians and the later opposition of his critical ontology to the subjective idealistic position of P. Natorp and other neo-Kantians.
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