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God and the Self in Hegel
Beyond Subjectivism
God and the Self in Hegel
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Paolo Diego Bubbio - Author
SUNY series in Contemporary Continental Philosophy
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Argues that Hegel’s conception of God and the self holds the key to overcoming subjectivism in both philosophy of religion and metaphysics.

God and the Self in Hegel proposes a reconstruction of Hegel’s conception of God and analyzes the significance of this reading for Hegel’s idealistic metaphysics. Paolo Diego Bubbio argues that in Hegel’s view, subjectivism—the tenet that there is no underlying “true” reality that exists independently of the activity of the cognitive agent—can be avoided, and content can be restored to religion, only to the extent that God is understood in God’s relation to human beings, and human beings are understood in their relation to God. Focusing on traditional problems in theology and the philosophy of religion, such as the ontological argument for the existence of God, the Trinity, and the “death of God,” Bubbio shows the relevance of Hegel’s view of religion and God for his broader philosophical strategy. In this account, as a response to the fundamental Kantian challenge of how to conceive the mind-world relation without setting mind over and against the world, Hegel has found a way of overcoming subjectivism in both philosophy and religion.

Paolo Diego Bubbio is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Western Sydney University, Australia. His books include Sacrifice in the Post-Kantian Tradition: Perspectivism, Intersubjectivity, and Recognition, also published by SUNY Press.


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Table of Contents

Abbreviations for Hegel’s Primary Texts
Acknowledgments
Introduction

1. Christ as Symbol in Kant’s Religion

2. Hegel’s Conception of God

3. The Reality of Religion in Hegel’s Idealist Metaphysics

4. Hegel’s Version of the Ontological Argument for the Existence of God

5. The Trinity and the “I”

6. The Death of God and Recognition of the Self

7. Beyond Subjectivism

8. The Relevance of Hegel’s Philosophy of Religion Today

Notes
Bibliography
Index


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