"Me, Tsundere and Heidegger" (2011) is a light novel about European philosophers as anime school girls.
Lights novels (or "ranobe") are a uniquely Japanese YA genre aimed at middle and high schoolers. They are often illustrated by famous anime artists.
In this book, post-Enlightenment philosophers are girls in modern Japan having an after school discussion.
According to the synopsis, the protagonist is a misogynistic salarymen jealous of his beautiful boss. After dying in an accident, he is reincarnated as a high school girl. She then gets a good lecture by 8 philosopher classmates.
No big deal, just some big-time philosophers being kawaii anime girls on a lawn.
Kant senpai, the hardass leader, explaining the categorical imperative.
Spinoza is shy, bookish, and somehow a scandalously dressed Lolita.
Berkeley and Hume sharing an intimate moment.
"Chapter 8: Nietzsche — God Is Dead, But Nothing Has Changed."