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The liberal Hegelianism of Edward Caird: or, how to transcend the social economics of Kant and the romantics (2010)
Journal Article
Tyler, C. (2010). The liberal Hegelianism of Edward Caird: or, how to transcend the social economics of Kant and the romantics. International Journal of Social Economics, 37(11), (852-866). doi:10.1108/03068291011082829. ISSN 0306-8293

Purpose: The paper establishes that Edward Caird developed a distinctive form of liberal Hegelianism out of his critical responses to Kant, the romantic tradition of Rousseau, Goethe and Wordsworth and indeed Hegel himself. Design/methodology/approac... Read More