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Between Kant and Hegel
Between Kant and Hegel (June 1985)
Texts in the Development of Post-Kantian Idealism
George di Giovanni - Translated and annotated by
H. S. Harris - Translated and annotated by

This volume fills an important gap in the philosophical literature by providing an anthology of writings from the crucial generation of thinkers between Kant and Hegel. An introductory essay by di Giovanni fits these authors and their work into the context of the general reception of Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason.

Between Kant and Hegel includes a translation of the only significant reviews by Hegel in t...(Read More)
 
 
Hegel's Quest For Certainty
Hegel's Quest For Certainty (June 1985)
Joseph C. Flay - Author

In a major contribution to Hegel scholarship, Professor Flay has written two books in one. The first is a close and original reading of the Phenomenology of Spirit and the second, an invaluable source book containing a bibliography (more than 450 titles) and footnotes which discuss in detail the secondary resource material.

"Although there are many valuable commentaries on Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit, this one breaks new gr...(Read More)
 
 
Hegel's Recollection
Hegel's Recollection (June 1985)
A Study of Images in the Phenomenology of Spirit
Donald Phillip Verene - Author

Donald Phillip Verene has advanced a completely new reading of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit. He shows that the philosophic meaning of this work depends as much on Hegel's use of metaphor and image as it does on Hegel's dialectical and discursive descriptions of various stages of consciousness. The focus is on Hegel's concept of recollection (Erinnerung). Consciousness confronts itself with the aim of achieving absolute knowing.
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History and System
History and System (June 1984)
Hegel's Philosophy of History
Robert L. Perkins - Editor

A collection of this sort is a major achievement and that it is possible testifies to the quality of people involved with Hegel.

"History and System begins with a brilliant essay on the senses in which Hegel must be read as poetry. It ends with a prizewinning essay by Richard Winfield on Hegel's economic theory, an essay likely to provoke considerable controversy. In between are major essays by David Walsh, Schlomo Avineri, Me...(Read More)
 
 
An Introduction to Hegel's Philosophy of Religion
An Introduction to Hegel's Philosophy of Religion (June 1984)
Raymond K. Williamson - Author

For Hegel, thought is not philosophical if it is not also religious. Both religion and philosophy have a common object and share the same content, for both are concerned with the inherent unity of all things. Hegel's doctrine of God provides the means for understanding this fundamental relationship. Although Hegel stated that God is absolute Spirit and Christianity is the absolute religion, the compatibility of Hegel's doctrine of God with Christ...(Read More)
 
 
Bruno, or On the Natural and Divine Principle of Things
Bruno, or On the Natural and Divine Principle of Things (June 1984)
F. W. J. Schelling - Author
Michael G. Vater - Editor

“Vater is one of the most knowledgeable persons in the English-speaking world on the thought of the early Schelling (up to and including the period of this dialogue he has translated). There exists in English no truly detailed account of Schelling's identity-philosophy. Vater's very fine introduction, and his extensive notes to the translation, do a great deal to fill this gap.” — Robert F. Brown, University of Delaware
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Christology of Hegel
Christology of Hegel (June 1983)
James Yerkes - Author

“The Christology of Hegel by James Yerkes can take its place among the finest studies in Hegel's philosophy of religion in any language. The price of admission to Hegel scholarship of this quality runs high, and Yerkes has paid it. He has mastered all the relevant texts in Hegel's corpus, moving among them with easy familiarity. He has read widely in the best of the secondary literature; the organization of his study shows magi...(Read More)
 
 
Hegel's Concept of God
Hegel's Concept of God (June 1983)
Quentin Lauer - Author

...If one takes a panoramic view of Hegel's entire philosophical endeavor, the endeavor to come to grips with and to be committed to reality in the concrete, one is struck by one inescapable idea: the Hegelian enterprise is an extraordinarily unified and grandiose attempt to elaborate one concept, which Hegel sees as the root of all intelligibility, the concept of God, whatever that term is going to turn out to mean....

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