From this point of view it becomes easy to escape Kantian relativity.
"A New Philosophy: Henri Bergson" by Edouard le Roy
But there are various questions that at once suggest themselves which the Kantian theory leaves unanswered.
"A History of Science, Volume 3(of 5)" by Henry Smith Williams
His conduct stands the Kantian test, which Peter Shirley's does not.
"Bernard Shaw's Preface to Major Barbara" by George Bernard Shaw
He leans upon Kantian ideas, but without scholastic constraint.
"The Aesthetical Essays" by Friedrich Schiller
To these objections the Kantian school have never found an answer.
"Pragmatism" by D.L. Murray
The recent struggle against Kantian and fideist Modernism is a struggle for life.
"Tragic Sense Of Life" by Miguel de Unamuno
But neo-Kantianism has developed on higher lines than those of physiological psychology.
"An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy" by W. Tudor Jones
Nevertheless, Coleridge was not mentally adapted to the Kantian system.
"History of Rationalism Embracing a Survey of the Present State of Protestant Theology" by John F. Hurst
Kantianism like Platonism failed because it still left the sensible unaccounted for.
"Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge" by Alexander Philip
The Neo-Kantians 403 Sect.
"The Approach to Philosophy" by Ralph Barton Perry
Such is the governing idea of the Kantian criticism.
"Creative Evolution" by Henri Bergson
I should wonder at the Kantians, if they did.
"Hesperus or Forty-Five Dog-Post-Days Vol. I." by Jean Paul Friedrich Richter
The great weakness of the Kantian doctrine of Morality lies in the fact that it retains Free Will, even though it gives it another name.
"Morals and the Evolution of Man" by Max Simon Nordau
Green tends to repeat the Kantian separation of the self as reason from the self as want or desire.
"John Dewey's logical theory" by Delton Thomas Howard
This was, for example, the effect of the Kantian philosophy on Heinrich von Kleist.
"Thoughts Out of Season (Part II)" by Friedrich Nietzsche
It is a task analogous to the Kantian deduction of the categories.
"International Congress of Arts and Science, Volume I" by Various
What the reality is, is the problem of the thing-in-itself (to use the Kantian term).
"Schopenhauer" by Thomas Whittaker
The exposition of them, though highly dogmatic, is at times strikingly Kantian in substance.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 13, Slice 3" by Various
The latter alternative would be the one chosen by a truly Kantian agent because it is alone possible in practice.
"Ethics" by John Dewey and James Hayden Tufts
The Kantian critique of reason did not understand the universality of truth.
"The Positive Outcome of Philosophy" by Joseph Dietzgen