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The Phenomenology of Spirit Reader
Critical and Interpretive Essays
The Phenomenology of Spirit Reader
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Jon Stewart - Editor
SUNY Series in Hegelian Studies
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Hardcover - 523 pages
Release Date: January 1998
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ISBN13: 978-0-7914-3535-9

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The most complete collection of essays on Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit available in any language, with essays by distinguished international Hegel scholars.

"The editor's stated organizational principle of examining the Phenomenology in a systematic fashion sets a worthwhile goal for the volume. The Phenomenology is probably the most taught of Hegel's works and deserves this kind of treatment. The collection has much to recommend it, and I think it makes a worthwhile contribution." -- William Maker, Clemson University

The Phenomenology of Spirit was Hegel's first major philosophical work and is considered by many to be his masterpiece. Its several hundred pages treat topics as diverse as Greek drama, religion, medieval court culture, natural science, Romanticism, and the Enlightenment. Hegel regarded it as the introduction to his philosophical system as a whole, and it is often thought to be the most accessible work in his otherwise difficult philosophical corpus.

This anthology represents the most complete collection of essays on the Phenomenology in any language. It follows Hegel's table of contents, and all of the major sections of the work are covered. The main goal guiding the selection of essays was to collect the best articles written on the Phenomenology by distinguished international Hegel scholars and at the same time to provide systematic coverage. Although the essays are all by leading Hegel scholars, none of them presupposes any particular in-depth knowledge of Hegel or German philosophy. The object of the book is thus to make the Phenomenology more accessible for students while serving as an impetus for further Anglo-American Hegel research.

Among the contributors to the book are Howard Adelman, John W. Burbidge, Martin De Nys, Kenley R. Dove, Katharina Dulckeit, Joseph C. Flay, Moltke S. Gram, Daniel P. Jamros, George Armstrong Kelly, Alasdair MacIntyre, Mitchell H. Miller, Jr., Patricia Jagentowicz Mills, Karlheinz Nusser, David W. Price, John Sallis, Harald Schondorf, Gary Shapiro, Jean-Louis Vieillard-Baron, Kenneth R. Westphal, and Merold Westphal.

Jon Stewart is Associate Professor, Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre at Copenhagen University. He is editor of The Hegel Myths and Legends.


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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Abbreviations

Introduction

PART I. HEGEL'S PREFACE AND INTRODUCTION

1. JOHN SALLIS, Hegel's Concept of Presentation: Its Determination in the Preface to the Phenomenology of Spirit

2. KENLEY R. DOVE, Hegel's Phenomenological Method

3. KENNETH R. WESTPHAL, Hegel's Solution to the Dilemma of the Criterion

PART II. CONSCIOUSNESS

4. KATHARINA DULCKEIT, Can Hegel Refer to Particulars?

5. MEROLD WESTPHAL, Hegel's Phenomenology of Perception

6. JOSEPH C. FLAY, Hegel's "Inverted World"

PART III. SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS

7. HOWARD ADELMAN, Of Human Bondage: Labor, Bondage, and Freedom in the Phenomenology

8. GEORGE ARMSTRONG KELLY, Notes on Hegel's "Lordship snd Bondage"

9. JOHN W. BURBRUDGE, "Unhappy Consciousness" in Hegel: An Analysis of Medieval Catholicism?

PART IV. REASON

10. ALASDAIR MACINTYRE, Hegel on Faces and Skulls

11. GARY SHAPIRO, Notes on the Animal Kingdom of the Spirit

PART V. SPIRIT

12. PATRICIA JAGENTOWICZ MILLS, Hegel's Antigone

13. DAVID W. PRICE, Hegel's Intertextual Dialectic: Diderot's LeNeveu de Rameau in the Phenomenology of Spirit

14. KARLHEINZ NUSSER, The French Revolution and Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit

15. MOLTKE S. GRAM, Moral and Literary Ideals in Hegel's Critique of "The Moral World-View"

16. DANIEL P. JAMROS, S.J., "The Appearing God" in Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit

PART VI. RELIGION

17. JEAN-LOUIS VIEILLARD-BARON, Natural Religion: An Investigation of Hegel's Phenomenology in Spirit

18. HARALD SCHONDORE, S.J., The Otherling (Becoming Other) and Reconciliation of God in Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit

19. MARTIN J. DE NYS, Mediation and Negativity in Hegel's Phenomenology of Christian Consciousness

PART VII. ABSOLUTE KNOWING AND THE STRUCTURE OF THE PHENOMENOLOGY

20. MITCHELL H. MILLER JR., The Attainment of the Absolute Standpoint in Hegel's Phenomenology

21. JON STEWART, The Architeconic of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit

Bibliography: Works on the Phenomenology

Index



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