The Historiography of Philosophy, 1800-1950

Since the history of philosophy was consolidated as a discipline in the mid-eighteenth century, the ways in which the history of philosophy has been written has changed as much as philosophy itself, mirroring the changes in contemporary contexts, schools and doctrines, giving rise to Hegelian, Kantian, Spiritualist, Idealist, Phenomenological, Structuralist, Analytic, and Feminist approaches to the history of philosophy, to name just a few. The conference explores the philosophical underpinnings of the historiography of philosophy in the Anglophone, German and French context, from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the mid-twentieth century.

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