De Kant aux postkantiens

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Éditions Aubier, 1940 - Philosophy, German - 206 pages
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This is a posthumous work by Delbos that attributes developments in post-Kantian German philosophy to social and psychological considerations rather than a logical or metaphysical development of ideas.
There is an introduction by Maurice Blondel, the French idealist who wrote on the theory of action. The same publisher was responsible for the translation by Jean Hyppolite of the Phenomenology of Spirit and the work of Henri Niel on the idea of mediation in Hegel.
 

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