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Via Rupta: Nykantianska perspektiv på den kontinentalanalytiska särgången

Gustafsson Löfdahl, Jakob LU (2013) ILHK01 20131
Division of History of Ideas and Sciences
Abstract (Swedish)
The objective of this thesis is to investigate a possible contributive origin to the contemporary divide between the continental and analytical traditions of philosophy in the history of 20th century neo-Kantianism as well as the theoretical polemics that took place between Carnap and Heidegger in relation to this context. The first part of the thesis has its vantage point in 19th century discourse of epistemology, the crisis of historicism and the late 19th century genesis of neo-Kantianism. The second and third parts subsequently follow the metamorphosis of neo-Kantian thought into the two radically incongruent philosophical branches of logical positivism and fundamental ontology. The fourth part of the thesis adds an historical... (More)
The objective of this thesis is to investigate a possible contributive origin to the contemporary divide between the continental and analytical traditions of philosophy in the history of 20th century neo-Kantianism as well as the theoretical polemics that took place between Carnap and Heidegger in relation to this context. The first part of the thesis has its vantage point in 19th century discourse of epistemology, the crisis of historicism and the late 19th century genesis of neo-Kantianism. The second and third parts subsequently follow the metamorphosis of neo-Kantian thought into the two radically incongruent philosophical branches of logical positivism and fundamental ontology. The fourth part of the thesis adds an historical background to the above mentioned context and the fifth part finally compares this trajectory to recent discourse concerning the analytical/continental divide in contemporary philosophy. (Less)
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author
Gustafsson Löfdahl, Jakob LU
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course
ILHK01 20131
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
Neo-Kantianism, Cartesian dualism, Continental/Analytical divide
language
Swedish
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4092427
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2013-11-20 09:34:08
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  abstract     = {The objective of this thesis is to investigate a possible contributive origin to the contemporary divide between the continental and analytical traditions of philosophy in the history of 20th century neo-Kantianism as well as the theoretical polemics that took place between Carnap and Heidegger in relation to this context. The first part of the thesis has its vantage point in 19th century discourse of epistemology, the crisis of historicism and the late 19th century genesis of neo-Kantianism. The second and third parts subsequently follow the metamorphosis of neo-Kantian thought into the two radically incongruent philosophical branches of logical positivism and fundamental ontology. The fourth part of the thesis adds an historical background to the above mentioned context and the fifth part finally compares this trajectory to recent discourse concerning the analytical/continental divide in contemporary philosophy.},
  author       = {Gustafsson Löfdahl, Jakob},
  keyword      = {Neo-Kantianism,Cartesian dualism,Continental/Analytical divide},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Via Rupta: Nykantianska perspektiv på den kontinentalanalytiska särgången},
  year         = {2013},
}