Space and Time as A Priori Forms in the Works of Hermann Cohen and Ivan Lapshin
... cognitive forms acquire a special epistemological status, manifesting themselves in theoretical research as “pre-given” foundations of knowledge. It seems necessary to conduct a comparative analysis of two interconnected neo-Kantian concepts, of Hermann Cohen and Ivan Lapshin. Studying Kant’s philosophy since his student days, Lapshin gradually came to the conclusion that the need to clarify and develop Kant’s transcendental method was dictated by the development of scientific knowledge. Indeed, ...
Freedom and Arbitrariness. The Relevance of Kant’s Ethics and the Modern World. Report of the 16th Saratov Philosophical Workshop (Saratov, 14 May 2019)
... prompted by the 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