Cohen, Hermann (kōˈən) [key], 1842–1918, German philosopher. He was a founder of the Neo-Kantian Marburg school and was known for his commentaries on Kant. His own works include Logik der reinen Erkenntnis (1902), Ethik des reinen Willens (1904), and Aesthethik des Gefühls (1912).
See Reason and Hope: Selections from the Jewish Writings of Hermann Cohen (tr. E. Jospe, 1971).
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