PHIL 6683 Neo-Kantianism (Spring: 3 )
Neo-Kantianism was the major philosophical movement in nineteenth and early twentieth century continental Europe. It developed the main impulses of Kant’s critical philosophy in a comprehensive philosophy of human culture. In this course we will examine the main writings and figures of the Neo-Kantianism including Friedrich Albert Lange, Kuno Fischer, Otto Liebmann, Heinrich Rickert, Hermann Cohen, Wilhelm Windelband, and Ernst Cassirer.
Instructor(s): Andrea Staiti
Last Updated: 22-Mar-16