Out of all the possible ways to think and learn, is one way better than the rest? For anyone involved in 21st-century philosophy, humanistic reasoning, which can trace its origins back to Immanuel Kant in 19th-century Germany, is considered the status quo. However, it wasn't always this way. In this review of "A defense of judgement" by Michael Clune, Matthew Mutters uses the works of several renowned thinkers like Jürgen Habermas and Michel Foucault to discuss how philosophical thinking has evolved over the generations.
From The Hedgehog Review