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Wilhelm Dilthey

(1833—1911)


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(1833–1911).

German philosopher who developed hermeneutics and extended Kant's method to the cultural sciences (Geisteswissenschaften). These sciences rest on ‘lived experience (Erlebnis), expression, and understanding (Verstehen)’. History, art, religion, law ...

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