Open Access Dissertation
Date of Award
W. J. Bossenbrook
The survival and increasing academic importance of the supra-historical position, particularly as an alternative to existential ontology and English analytical philosophy, indicate that a careful study of this particular trend is in order. The following analysis of the intellectual development of Karl Löwith, a thinker who in the course of his career moved from phenomenology and ontology to historicism and then finally to the supra-historical position, it is hoped, will make a contribution toward such a study.
Riesterer, Berthold P., "Karl Löwith's View of History: A Humanist Alternative to Historicism" (1966). Wayne State University Dissertations. 817.