Konvergencias (21):208-250 (2009)
|Abstract||This study deals with the philosophical problems of historical conscience which arose in conjunction with the wake of 19th century Historicism, whose aim was to do away with the metaphysical presuppositions of German Idealism. The heyday of the historicist movement will be dealt with as well as its vacillating contradictions (its metaphysics).|
|Keywords||Historicism Human Sciences German Idealism Philosophical Hermeneutics|
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