The series Studies in German Idealism aims to publish studies of an historical-systematic nature on German Idealism, that is, the period of Kant, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel and the Neo-Kantians. A new element of the series is that it takes the period of Idealism to include the Neo-Kantians.
The series anticipates the growing interest in the 'Golden Age' in the history of German philosophy among scholars and students. The series will serve as a complement to Springer's strong list in philosophy, as it complements the Archives internationales d'histoire des idées and the Phaenomenologica series.
Reinier Munk, VU University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Frederick C. Beiser, Philosophy Department, Syracuse University, USA; Daniel O. Dahlstrom, Dept. of Philosophy, Boston Unviersity, USA; George di Giovanni, Dept. of Philosophy, McGill University, Montreal, Canada; Paul Guyer, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania, USA; Detlev Pätzold, Universiteit van Groningen, The Netherlands; Andrea Poma, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Torino, Italy.
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