historia filozofii; neokantyzm; postneokantyzm
Estetyka i Krytyka 2012, T. 26, z. 3, s. 9-19
The article attempts to answer questions about the interpretation of the history of philosophy, and as the starting point the concept of Wilhelm Windelband is taken, who makes it to be considered not as a history of people, but the history of problems. This understanding is revealed in neo-Kantianism, which after all is a problem in itself. The problem is to determine the time frame of modern philosophy, and in this context of contemporary philosophy. This results in difficulties in dividing neo-Kantianism and which forces, partly, the need to distinguish „post-neo-Kantianism”.