Is the history of philosophy possible on the principles of transcendentalism? In memory of Röd: Round-table sitting of Kantian society
Kantian society in Ukraine has held the philosophical seminar in memory of Wolfgang Röd (1926–2014) on September 22, 2014. W. Röd was a member of Kantian society in Ukraine from 1999 and took part more than once in the Society discussions. Wolfgang Röd was an outstanding Austrian philosopher and philosophy historian. First scientific works by W. Röd were written in the framework of German traditions of the history of philosophy. He has formulated his methodological position as critical history of philosophy. Röd was one of contemporary philosophers who studied in detail the problem of the theory and metatheory of experience which he understood in terms of transcendental philosophy. The last of the fourteen-volume History of Philosophy by Röd (published in 2014 in co-authorship with P. Basile) was dedicated to pragmatism and tradition of analytical philosophy.
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