The New International Encyclopædia/Liebmann, Otto

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The New International Encyclopædia
Liebmann, Otto
Edition of 1905. See also Otto Liebmann on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

LIEBMANN, lēb'mȧn, Otto (1840—). A German philosopher, born at Löwenberg and educated at Leipzig and Halle. He was made professor at Strassbnrg (1872) and went to Jena in 1882. His writings are: Vier Monate vor Paris, a journal published anonymously (1871); Kant und die Epigonen (1865), in which, criticising the followers of Kant, he urged a return to their master and became the first of the Neo-Kantians; Ueber die Freiheit des Willens (1866); Ueber den objektiven Anblick (1869), and Analysis der Wirklichkeit (3d ed. 1900); Gedanken und Thatsachen (1882-99); Klimax der Theorieen (1884); Geist der Transcendentalphilosophie (1901); Grundriss der kritischen Metaphysik (1901).