Continental philosophy is a diverse term developed by Analytic Philosophers to refer to the various traditions which had developed mostly (but not exclusively) within continental Europe, in contrast to there own traditions.
There doesn't exist any definition of what Continental Philosophy is, but rather, a lose set of characteristics surrounding a set of different traditions. As a whole, continental philosophy tends to claims that all possible ideas and experiences are conditioned upon things like language, space, time, and historical context. As such, more modern analytic philosophers tend to be skeptical of claims to "objective" or "universal" truth, questioning what conditions brought about those ideas.
- Hegelianism - Where it all started.
- Neo-Marxism - My favorite Marxist.
- Post-Modernism - Real popular amongst my followers now a days.
- Kantianism - Laid the groundwork for the critical project, but he was kinda racist and dogmatic.
- Analytic Philosophism - They’re really, really boring.