After we can refer, in the first half of the 19th century, to a supremacy of Hegelianism and automatically of a vision which offered to philosophy a scientifical and deductive regime, the second half of the century ischaracterized by an Anti-Hegelian frond which contested the role of philosophy as a science of the Absolute. If Hegel claimed that speculative philosophy had access to reality by the virtue of the identity between concept and being, the Post-Hegelian currents would reaffirm the Kantian attitude: the reality is inaccessible to knowledge if we take it as it is, as a limited concept without making reference though, to the nature of the noumen.Whether this knowledge is a revelation of the will in the sense coined by Schopenhauer, or it is a superhuman gift seen like a religious revelation, it still remains far from the basic sense of the critical attitude that was adopted by the Kantian transcendental program.


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