Major philosophical trends in the 19th century include post-Kantian German idealism (Hegel, Fichte, et al.), Positivism, and American Pragmatism.
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German Idealism (Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
The term "German Idealism" refers to a phase of intellectual life that had its origin in the Enlightenment as modified by German conditions.
Modern French Philosophy: A Study of the Development Since Comte
Full text of this 1921 book by J. Alexander Gunn.
Information on the Thomas Taylor (the "English Platonist") Series books, mostly translations of Neoplatonists, with excerpts.
Scottish Philosophy in the Nineteenth Century
Survey of the work of William Hamilton, James Frederick Ferrier, and Alexander Bain; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Gordon Graham.
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