Synonyms for kantian or Related words with kantian

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Examples of "kantian"
The main thesis of this book is that there is a strong interrelation between the kenotic conception of sacrifice and the tradition of Kantian and post-Kantian idealism. In other words, this conception of sacrifice can be seen in the works of most of the thinkers of the post-Kantian tradition.
His son, Heinz Cassirer, was also a Kantian scholar.
Erich Adickes (29 June 1866, Lesum – 8 July 1928, Tübingen) - German philosopher who wrote many important works on Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) and the Kantian philosophy. Adickes was a critical empiricist (moderate Kantian).
She also showed interest in the history of modern philosophy, Kantian ethics, bioethics, or human rights.
“Originary and/or Kantian Aesthetics.” "Poetica" (Munich) 35, 3-4 (2003): 335-53.
Friedrich Paulsen (; July 16, 1846 – August 14, 1908) was a German Neo-Kantian philosopher and educator.
By 1933 (after the rise of Nazism), the various Neo-Kantian circles in Germany had dispersed.
Otto Weininger saw the play as expressing a deep understanding of Kantian ethics:-
"Kantian ethics has clean hands but, in a manner of speaking, actually no hands."
Johannes Wilhelm Cornelius (September 27, 1863 – August 23, 1947) was a German neo-Kantian philosopher.
Otto Liebmann (25 February 1840 – 14 January 1912) was a German Neo-Kantian philosopher.
The Neo-Kantian schools tended to emphasize scientific readings of Kant, often downplaying the role of intuition in favour of concepts. However, the ethical aspects of Neo-Kantian thought often drew them within the orbit of socialism, and they had an important influence on Austromarxism and the revisionism of Eduard Bernstein. Lange and Cohen in particular were keen on this connection between Kantian thought and socialism. Another important aspect of the Neo-Kantian movement was its attempt to promote a revised notion of Judaism, particularly in Cohen's seminal work, one of the few works of the movement available in English translation.
Both Kautsky and Luxemburg condemned Bernstein for his "flawed" philosophy of science for having abandoned Hegelian dialectics for Kantian philosophical dualism. Russian Marxist George Plekhanov joined Kautsky and Luxemburg in condemning Bernstein for having a neo-Kantian philosophy. Kautsky and Luxemburg contended that Bernstein's empiricist viewpoints depersonalized and dehistoricized the social observer and reducing objects down to "facts". Luxemburg associated Bernstein with "ethical socialists" who she identified as being associated with the bourgeoisie and Kantian liberalism.
Animal symbolicum ("symbol-making" or "symbolizing animal") is a definition for humans proposed by the German neo-Kantian Ernst Cassirer.
Friedrich Eduard Beneke (17 February 1798 – c. 1 March 1854) was a German psychologist and post-Kantian philosopher.
1987. “Kantian Antinomy and Hegelian Dialectic”, Stephen Priest, ed., "Hegel’s Critique of Kant", Oxford, Clarendon, 87–101.
Bruno Bauch (; January 19, 1877 in Groß-Nossen – February 27, 1942 in Jena) was a German Neo-Kantian philosopher.
Christian hedonism was developed in opposition to the deontology of Immanuel Kant. Piper supported Ayn Rand's attack on Kantian altruism:
In the second half of the 19th century, an even more orthodox return to Kantian thought was espoused by a number of Neo-Kantian philosophers based in two main locations: the Marburg School and the Baden School. This trend of thought survived into the beginning of the next century, influencing 20th century philosophical movements such as Neopositivism and Phenomenology.
Like Harman, Levi Bryant opposes post-Kantian anthropocentrism and philosophies of access. From Bryant's perspective, the Kantian contention that reality is accessible to human knowledge because it is structured by human cognition limits philosophy to a self-reflexive analysis of the mechanisms and institutions though which cognition structures reality. He states: