in the Lahore Daily Times.
From the beginning of the Weimar republic, Neo-Kantians rose to prominence in the German academia. It was their firm hold across the German universities that infuriated the German phenomenologists, especially Heidegger, to launch a revolt against the Neo-Kantians.
Heidegger was deeply influenced from the phenomenology, the study of lived experience, which before Nazis lacked status across German universities. With a rebellious attitude, Heidegger attacked the metaphysical and ontological interpretations of the Kantian texts.