Kantism beyond the Schools: Recent contributions to the history of Kantism
Guest Editors: Christophe Bouriau (Université de Lorraine) and Oliver Schlaudt (Universität Heidelberg)
This issue of Philosophia Scientiæ aims to enrich our knowledge of the history of post- and neo-Kantianism, by presenting thinkers associated with these trends of thought who played a not insignificant role in 19th and 20th Century philosophy. There has been extensive scholarship dedicated to German idealism (Fichte, Schelling, Hegel) as well as the Marburg and Heidelberg Schools: the issue will focus in particular upon post- and neo-Kantianism out of these well-known trends, and concentrate on thinkers who took Kant as a point of departure in their intellectual paths, and sometimes came to alter important features of his critical approach (e.g., Schopenhauer, Fries, Lange, Renouvier, Helmholtz, Peirce, Riehl, Vaihinger, Couturat, etc.).
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