Moving from Rickert’s analysis on epistemology of natural sciences, it is shown that Cassirer and Husserl provide fundamental instruments useful to solve some open problems in philosophy of values. Indeed the Marburger philosopher recognized the role of mathematics in avoiding the impoverishment of abstract concepts. On the other side the founder of phenomenology emphasized the importance of the intuitive roots of theoretical terms – employed by natural sciences – in the formulation of a reasonable scientific realism thesis.
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