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Husserl's Position Between Dilthey And The Windelband-Rickert School Of Neo-Kantianism, John E. Jalbert Apr 1988

Husserl's Position Between Dilthey And The Windelband-Rickert School Of Neo-Kantianism, John E. Jalbert

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The controversy and debate over the character of the relationship between the natural and human sciences (Natur- und Geisteswissenschaflen) became a central theme for philosophical reflection largely through the efforts of theorists such as Wilhelm Dilthey and the two principal representatives of the Baden School of Neo-Kantians, Wilhelm Windelband and Heinrich Rickert. These turn of the century theorists are major figures in this philosophical arena, but they are by no means the only participants in the effort to grapple with this issue.