Has anyone studied Philosophy in Continental Europe? Watch

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I’m now considering studying abroad in continental Europe (probably Germany...), and plan to take some courses of philosophy when studying abroad.

It’s said that philosophy in continental Europe is quite different from the UK and US. But I also heard that academia in continental Europe is largely influenced by Anglo-American academia in recent years... So, is philosophy in continental Europe still differ much from the UK and US today?

On the other hand, is intellectual atmosphere in continental Europe quite different from the UK and US? (Since perhaps it has some influence on academic studies in my opinion~)

Any insights on this topic would be appreciated. And I’ll be very grateful if anyone could give some examples about this. Thank you!

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