Nineteenth Century Philosophy


Who was James Martineau?

James Martineau (1805–1900) was an English religious intuitionist. His main works were Types of Ethical Theory (1885) and A Study of Religion (1888). His distinct contribution was to develop a specifically religious interpretation of Immanuel Kant’s (1724–1804) metaphysics.

Henri Bergson is most famous for arguing that objective measurable time is not the same as real time (Library of Congress).

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