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Karl Marx (1818-1883) who interpreted capitalism as a mode of production and as a social relationship between various social classes, criticized German idealist philosophy, and Hegel in particular who maintained that history was determined by intellectual, spiritual and religious ideas.
Colgan then argues for a new way of understanding 'facts' in social theory, based on idealist philosophy, according to which facts are incomplete, subject to debate, fixed through discussion and agreement, but always open to later revision.
Sandra Adell's Double Consciousness/Double Bind: Theoretical Issues in Twentieth Century Black Literature, David Levering Lewis's biography of Du Bois, and Anthony Appiah's In My Father's House: Africa in the Philosophy of Culture focus on various issues centered in the entanglement of Du Bois's thought with nineteenth-century German idealist philosophy.
Those with philosophical interests that extend to the development of German idealist philosophy in the decades following the appearance of Kant's critical philosophy in the 1780s have many reasons to be grateful to George di Giovanni.
In this contribution to the literature of Idealist philosophy, Sweet (philosophy, St.
The dominance of idealist philosophy in the late nineteenth century, and the reaction against it in the early twentieth, was often seen in terms of the dominance and subsequent decline of metaphysical styles of thought.