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The early part of the twentieth century witnessed a remarkable resurgence of interest in Kant's philosophy in Germany and France, the effects of which are still being felt today. The Neo-Kantian Readeris the first anthology to collect the most important primary sources in Neo-Kantian philosophy, with many being published here in English for the first time. Sebastian Luft provides clear introductions to each of the following sections, placing them in historical and philosophical context: The Beginnings of Neo-Kantianism: including the work of Otto Liebman, Friedrich Lange, Hermann Lotze and Hermann von Helmholtz The Marburg School: including Hermann Cohen, Paul Natorp, and Ernst Cassirer The Southwest School: including Wilhelm Windelband, Heinrich Rickert, Emil Lask, and Hans Vaihinger Neo-Kantianism in France: including Émile Boutroux, Léon Brunschvicg, and Émile Meyerson Responses and Critiques: including Edmund Husserl; Rudolf Carnap, and the "Davos dispute" between Martin Heidegger and Ernst Cassirer. The Neo-Kantian Readeris essential reading for all students of nineteenth and twentieth century philosophy and phenomenology, as well as to those studying important philosophical movements such as logical positivism and analytic philosophy.