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《Theory and Modernization》 2017-05
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A Study on Dualism in Modern Western Philosophy——On the Relationship Between Fact and Value in Dilthey's Psychology

ZHAO Zhiyang;  
In the evolution of modern western philosophy, the relationship between fact and value, natural science and humanities, and subject and object is an important theme. Dilthey's New Kantianism was seen as a sign of the emergence of the demarcation between natural science and humanities. Scholars generally believe that Dilthey's spiritual science is the pursuit of the subjective value. However, in Dilthey, fact and value have a certain correlation. Dilthey does not deny the basic position in natural science research, and he believes that the understanding of facts is the premise of pursuing the meaning of life. In modern western philosophical discussions about dualism, we insist that both monism and dualism have some theoretical limitations. Therefore, this article seeks to explore the relationship between fact and value in Dilthey's humanistic scientific methodology.
【CateGory Index】: B516.49
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