Another Critical Idealism of Hermann Cohen
... history, and interpretation; (4) the exposition of critical idealism as a form of idealism that is not violent, totalitarian or reductive, but rather is an idealism aimed at alterity and the other; (5) the role of history and especially the history of Judaism in constructing a religion of reason and the developing the concept of Judaism. According to Cohen, thinking is the thinking of first elements. However, he understands the first elements not only as the beginning of any thinking process, but also ...
The thinking of nature and the nature of thinking — Cohen on Spinoza
7. Wiedebach H. 2000, Die Hermann-Cohen-Bibliothek. Hildesheim/Zürich/New York.
8. Rosenzweig F. 1924 Einleitung // Hermann Cohen. Jüdische Schriften. Erster Band. Berlin, S. XIII—LXIV.
logic, ethics, system of philosophy, pantheism, Judaism, Cohen, Spinoza, idealism
Bertolino L. (translated from the German and introduced by V. N. Belov)