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Hegel's Absolute
Hegel's Absolute (January 2007)
An Introduction to Reading the Phenomenology of Spirit
Donald Phillip Verene - Author

Offers suggestions for approaching Hegel’s most difficult and important work.

Reputed to be one of the most difficult yet rewarding works of philosophical literature, Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit has long been in need of an introduction for English readers. Without using jargon or technical terms, Donald Phillip Verene provides that introduction, guiding the reader through Hegel’s text a...(Read More)
Vico and Joyce
Vico and Joyce (July 1987)
Donald Phillip Verene - Editor

Joyce said, "My imagination grows when I read Vico as it doesn't when I read Freud or Jung." This volume is the first extended examination of the connections between Vico and Joyce. Joyce employed Vico's New Science as the basis of Finnegans Wake, as he employed Homer's Odyssey as the basis of Ulysses. In what ways are Vico and Joyce similar? To what extent is Vico an influence on Joyce? And in what ways can Vico's philos...(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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