Wrocławski manifest neokantowski Jacoba Freudenthala

  1. Leon Miodoński ORCiD: 0000-0001-8525-3813



Wroclaw’s Neo-Kantian Manifesto of Jacob Freudenthal

The initial part of the article focuses on the presentation of Jacob Freudenthal, his scientific activity and scientific achievements. The central point of the article is the analysis of the solemn speech that Jacob Freudenthal gave in front of the academic community of Wrocław on the hundredth anniversary of Immanuel Kant’s death. This speech — but also his didactic activity popularizing Kantian thought — was important because it gave rise to the relatively late Neo-Kantianism of Wrocław which was developed more extensively — after Freudenthal’s death — thanks to Richard Honigswald. Neo-Kantianism opposed the prevailing Kantian idealism and experimental psychology at the University of Wrocław.


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Studia Philosophica Wratislaviensia

14, 2019, z. 3

Pages from 101 to 111

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