Úvod do novokantovství

Variant title
Introduction to Neo-Kantianism
Contributor
Madecki, Roman (Translator)
Source document: Studia philosophica. 2010, vol. 57, iss. 2, pp. [27]-35
Extent
[27]-35
  • ISSN
    1803-7445 (print)
    2336-453X (online)
Type
Article
Language
Czech
License: Not specified license
Abstract(s)
The author of the essay focuses on the history and sources of Neo-Kantianism. He points out two sources: a negative one and a positive one. The positive source is historicism and a negative relation to Kant. The concept of historicity (Geschichtlichkeit) relates mainly to the way of being of human spirit and its products. This term had appeared in the works of Hegel, Schleiermacher and Nietzsche, but it was only with Dilthey that it received greater publicity. Dilthey meant by the term a basic existential structure of man: namely the fact that man is not just "drawn" into history, but this "draw" is an essential characteristic of human being. The other source is the relation to Kant taken as an attribute differentiating between the individual philosophers. The return to Kant is a basic sign of Neo-Kantianism, since at the time of its emergence the opinion that it is necessary to give up Hegel's panlogism was widely spread. The author also believes that we should regard the return to Kant as dispensation with the requirement of scientism (exactness) and also as a defense against the attempts to place philosophy outside scientifically regarded culture. The essay ends with a sketch of metaphysical exposition of Kant's transcendental philosophy.
Note
  • Z polštiny článek přeložil Mgr. Roman Madecki, Ph.D.
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