Kant and new mathematics 100 years later
Cassirer’s critique of Russell’s philosophy of mathematics and the Neo-Kantian philosophy of science and mathematics as a whole is of special relevance in the context of modern mathematics and mathematical physics. The fact that the modern standard ...
Immanuel Kant and the problem of communicative constructivism
... language. He assumed that language had a priori roots and that it was energeia rather than ergon. The active theory of language (social communication) was further developed in the 20th century within the concept of language symbolism, namely, Ernst Cassirer’s system of symbolic forms. It suggests that communicative structures are independent from real facts, since they participate in the construction of these very objective facts. In the conclusion, the author examines several American theories ...
Kant’s Concept of Enlightenment and Its Alternatives
... geführten Streitigkeiten. Deutsche Monatsschrift [Berlin: Vieweg], 3, pp. 11-43, 205-237.
Boguslavskiy, V. M., ed. 1994. Filosofiya v Entsiklopedii Didro i Dalambera [Philosophy in the Encyclopedia of Diderot and D’Alembert]. Мoscow: Nauka. (In Rus.)
Cassirer, E., 1932. Die Philosophie der Aufklärung. Tübingen: Mohr.
Cassirer, E., 2009. The Philosophy of the Enlightenment. Translated by F. C. A. Koelln and J. P. Pettegrove. With a new foreword by P. Gay. Princeton & Oxford: Princeton University ...
Freedom and Arbitrariness. The Relevance of Kant’s Ethics and the Modern World. Report of the 16th Saratov Philosophical Workshop (Saratov, 14 May 2019)
... historical and philosophical context of the perception of his ideas by German and Russian Neo-Kantians as reflected in the presentations and interventions during the course of the discussion.
Kantian ethics, Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Hermann Cohen, Ernst Cassirer, Vasily Seseman, Alexander Veideman, Sartre’s humanism, critical reflection, categorical imperative, philosophy of religion
L. I. Tetjuev, A. V. Lebedeva