The Bloomsbury Companion to Hegel (Bloomsbury Companions)

Editat de Professor Allegra de Laurentiis, Professor Jeffrey Edwards
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This international collaborative project on G. W. F. Hegel's philosophy includes contributions by eighteen scholars of 18th to 20th century philosophy. It will be an essential reference tool for students and scholars of modern philosophic thought in general and of 19th century German thought in particular. The first part of the volume examines Hegel's early writings up to and including the 1807 Phenomenology of Spirit. The second part is devoted to Hegel's major mature works and lectures as well as to the primary themes of his system of philosophy. It opens with a comprehensive account of Hegel's Science of Logic followed by detailed treatments of the Philosophy of Nature and the Philosophy of Spirit from the Encyclopaedia of Philosophical Sciences. Three further parts of this volume investigate key concepts and interpretive issues, paradigmatic forms of Hegelian argumentation, and main lines of Hegel's influence since the mid-19th century. The volume contains chronologies of Hegel's life and works, a bibliography of primary and secondary sources and an analytical index.
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ISBN-13: 9781474244008
ISBN-10: 1474244009
Pagini: 408
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 25 mm
Greutate: 0.52 kg
Editura: Bloomsbury Publishing
Colecția Bloomsbury Academic
Seria Bloomsbury Companions

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom


Includes contributions from an international team of leading Hegel experts, covering each of the key themes and topics in Hegel's thought, his life, histoical and philosophical context, major works, influence and interpretation.

Notă biografică

Allegra de Laurentiis is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York-Stony Brook. Her previous publications include Subjects in the Ancient and Modern World: On Hegel's Theory of Subjectivity (2005). Jeffrey Edwards is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York-Stony Brook. His previous publications include Substance, Force and the Possibility of Knowledge: On Kant's Philosophy of Material Nature (2000).


List of Contributors \ Acknowledgements \ List of Abbreviations \ Introduction Allegra de Laurentiis and B. Jeffrey Edwards \ 1. Hegel's Path to the System \ 1.1 Tübingen, Bern and Frankfurt: 1788-1800 Martin Bondeli \ 1.2 The Jena Years: 1801-1806 Martin Bondeli \ 1.3 The Phenomenology of Spirit of 1807: a Conspectus Kenneth R. Westphal \ 2. The System of Philosophy \ 2.1 The Introductions to the System Ardis Collins \ 2.2 Science of Logic Michael Wolff \ 2.3 Philosophy of Nature Dieter Wandschneider \ 2.4 Transition to Spirit Cinzia Ferrini \ 2.5 Subjective Spirit: Soul, Consciousness, Intelligence and Will Willem deVries \ 2.6 Objective Spirit: Right, Morality, Ethical Life and World History Italo Testa \ 2.7 Absolute Spirit: Art, Religion and Philosophy Walter Jaeschke \ 3. Substantive and Interpretive Questions \ 3.1 Logic - Nature - Spirit Michael J. Inwood \ 3.2 System and History Angelica Nuzzo \ 3.3 Concept, Object, and Absolute Idea Burkhard Tuschling \ 3.4 Determination, Determinacy Michael J. Inwood \ 3.5 Thinking and Knowing Marina Bykova \ 3.6 Mediation and Immediacy Marina Bykova \ 3.7 Truth George di Giovanni \ 3.8 Spirit, Consciousness, Self-Consciousness Michael J. Inwood \ 3.9 Reason and Understanding Michael J. Inwood \ 3.10 The Finite and the Infinite Angelica Nuzzo \ 3.11 Moment George di Giovanni \ 3.12 Negativity, Negation George di Giovanni \ 3.13 Identity and Contradiction George di Giovanni \ 3.14 Will and Freedom Marina Bykova \ 4. Hegel's Forms of Argument \ 4.1 Scepsis and Scepticism Italo Testa \ 4.2 Dialectic Manfred Baum \ 4.3 Proof, Justification, Refutation Kenneth R. Westphal \ 5. Hegel's Philosophical Influence \ 5.1 Feuerbach, Bauer, Marx and Marxisms Tom Rockmore \ 5.2 Hegel and Analytic Philosophy Paul Redding \ 5.3 Hegel in France Tom Rockmore \ 5.4 Marx's Hegelian Project and World History Fred E. Schrader \ 6. Chronologies \ 6.1 Notable Dates in Hegel's Life Kenneth R. Westphal \ 6.2 Writings, Publications and Berlin Lecture Series Kenneth R. Westphal \ Selected Bibliography \ Analytical Index of Subjects \ Index of Names


This is a complete introduction and systematic discussion of Hegel's system written by competent and renowned Hegel scholars from many countries. The chapters treat each part of the system - Phenomenology, Logic, Philosophy of Nature and Spirit, State, Art and Religion - in a lucid and truly enlightening way. Hegel's revolutionary insights are shown to be of high relevance for many modern questions in epistemology and ontology, rational theology or social philosophy. Clearly among the best and most helpful introductions and discussions of Hegel ever published.
An artfully-organized and exceptionally well-chosen collection of essays by leading North American and European experts in the field. An ideal source and reliable guide for anyone undertaking a study of "the whole Hegel."
This is a fine collection of essays by first rate scholars from eight different countries and an impressively wide range of philosophical backgrounds. The essays, which are both scholarly and accessible, shed valuable light on Hegel's system, important themes running through this system (such as negation and mediation), the challenging forms of argument deployed by Hegel, and his extraordinarily rich influence on subsequent generations. This immensely informative and thought-provoking collection will be welcomed by students and specialists alike.
Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-level undergraduates through researchers/faculty.
.an exquisitely compiled collection of intellectually challenging essays on Hegelian philosophy. It is a thoroughgoing overview of a difficult author, one that may be enjoyed more by those familiar with Hegelian philosophy than those who seek an entry point to Hegel.