Voegelin was familiar with neo-Kantian
thinking but had some reservations about its methods.
(24) Based precisely on this relational character of private law, contemporary neo-Kantian
scholars have developed the modern private law categories of contract, (25) tort, (26) unjust enrichment (27) and the law of property.
A highly systematic philosopher who has a unified moral and political theory, he is more firmly neo-Kantian
than are most others of the Critical Theory school and more thoroughly engaged with work in the Anglo-American tradition.
If we look systematically at the ontological presuppositions of his creative interpretations of Nietzsche and Bergson,  we find the manufacturing of a seductive and yet paradoxical neo-Kantian
image for Kant's primary opponents, a conceptual engineering that restyles Nietzsche and Bergson into ontologists of difference and "transcendental vitalism".
philosopher of the Marburg School, Jewish theologian, and scholar of jurisprudence, Cohen is possibly an obscure figure for many cervantistas.
Kantian and Neo-Kantian
philosophers appealed to universality of reason and higher-order values, Rawls appealed to equality and justice.
Second, Hindess complains that neo-Kantian
philosophers' recourse to meaning as responsible for real-world phenomena is problematic.
Around the same time, a group of neo-Kantian
philosophers sought to more rigorously frame the terms of debate.
This approach helps him to establish that Simmel's Neo-Kantian
style of thinking profoundly affected his conception of "the Jew." As he shows, in Simmel's writings "the Jew" appears as an abstract entity, a subset of broader categories like" the social," "societion" or "otherness," not as a group of actual human beings in all its diversity.
This book combines analysis of the scientific work of German physician and physicist Hermann von Helmholtz (1821-1894) with exploration of its neo-Kantian
philosophical background in order to proffer a new interpretation of Helmholtz's work in geometry.
One might be surprised that Brondos would choose Albrecht Ritschl over Friedrich Schleiermacher as representative of modern theology, but Ritschl's work integrates aspects of Schleiermacher's "feeling of absolute dependence," as well as the neo-Kantian
heritage of an ethical framework of the "kingdom of God" as honoring people as "ends-in-themselves." Barthians will find Brondos' critique of Barth's view of the atonement as a pre-arranged divine choice within the triune life, stilted and unresponsive to concrete history, but Brondos makes a good case for the unhistorical, esoteric, and abstract direction of Barth's atonement theory.
Other chapters address writings concerning the effect of technology on the world economy and security, US grand strategy in both a neo-Kantian
and neo-Hobbesian world, and US defense strategies.