Немецкий университет 19 века и процесс дисциплинарной специализации философии
In this article I investigate the place of philosophy in the organizational structure of the Humboldt university model. I reconstruct an understanding of the meaning of philosophy for the new university, as well as look at to what extent declarative claims and rhetorical formulation coincided with the real-life practice of including philosophy into the system of the production and dissemination of university knowledge. Through looking at university manifestoes and statutes, as well as bureaucratic circulars, I look to the history of German philosophy as the history of the formation of one of the university disciplines. I conclude by arguing that the implementation of university reforms in the 19th century assisted the transformation of philosophical knowledge into a well-structured and methodologically diverse discipline.