Max Scheler’s influence on Kurt Schneider

  title={Max Scheler’s influence on Kurt Schneider},
  author={J. Cooper Cutting and Maria Mouratidou and Thomas Fuchs and Gareth S. Owen},
  journal={History of Psychiatry},
  pages={336 - 344}
Kurt Schneider (1887–1967) met Max Scheler (1874–1928) in 1919 when he enrolled in the latter’s philosophy seminars at the University of Cologne. Kurt Schneider was then a junior psychiatrist and Max Scheler a renowned philosophy professor and co-founder of the phenomenological movement in philosophy. We uncover the facts about their intellectual and personal relationship, summarize the main articles and books that they wrote and consider whether Max Scheler did influence the young Kurt… 

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[Max Scheler and Kurt Schneider. Scientific influence and personal relationship].

Two years after Kurt Schneider had finalised his thesis qualifying him as a lecturer at Cologne University, he completed his doctorate dissertation in philosophy and his advisor was Max Scheler, whose influence remained noticeable even in his most famous book "Clinical Psychopathology".

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