Deutsch-französische Kritik an der ‚religion de l’humanité‘ am Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts
The paper deals with the criticism of the “Religion de l’humanité” in Germany and France around 1900 and analyses the convergences and differences between Eucken, Scheler and Bergson. It appears that in all these thinkers, the anthropological thinking is linked with a critical reflection on modern civilization.
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