Hegel

ISBN-10: 0415312086
ISBN-13: 9780415312080
Edition: 2004
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Description: In this introduction, Beiser covers every major aspect of Hegel's thought. Placing him in the historical context of 19th century Germany, the author clarifies the deep insights and originality of Hegel's philosophy.

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Book details

List price: $33.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 6/13/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.078
Language: English

In this introduction, Beiser covers every major aspect of Hegel's thought. Placing him in the historical context of 19th century Germany, the author clarifies the deep insights and originality of Hegel's philosophy.

Preface
Abbreviations
Chronology
Introduction
A Question of Relevance
A Question of Method
Early Ideals and Context
Cultural Context
The Twilight of the Enlightenment
Anti-foundationalism
The Pantheism Controversy
The Birth of Nihilism
The Rise of Historicism
The Theory-Practice Debate
Early Ideals
The Romantic Legacy
The Highest Good
Ethical Ideals
Political Ideal
Religious Ideal
The Challenge of Division
Metaphysics
Absolute Idealism
The Question of Metaphysics
What is the Absolute?
Subject-Object Identity
The Meaning of 'Idealism'
The Synthesis of Idealism and Realism, Freedom and Necessity
The Myth of Panlogicism?
The Organic Worldview
The Organic Dimension
The Rise of Organicism
Classical and Christian Origins
The Spinoza Legacy
The Kantian Legacy and Challenge
Reply to Kant
In Defense of Naturphilosophie
Myths about Naturphilosophie
The Realm of Spirit
Life and Spirit
The Spirit of Love
The Metaphysics of Love
The Transformation of Love
The Religious Dimension
The Unending Debate
Early Critique of Christianity
Reversal in Frankfurt
A New Religion
Mature Standpoint
Concept of God
The Identity Thesis
Epistemological Foundations
The Dialectic
A Critical Foundation for Metaphysics
Myths and Legends about Dialectic
Structure of the Dialectic in the Logic
Task of Dialectic in the Phenomenology
Solipsism and Intersubjectivity
The Specter of Nihilism
The Context of the Argument
The Dialectic of Desire
Lordship and Bondage
Social and Political Philosophy
Freedom and the Foundation of Right
Metaphysics and Politics
The Concept of Freedom
A Betrayer of Liberty?
The Foundation of Law
Machiavelli's Challenge
The Idealism of a Reformer
Hegel's Theory of the State
Hegel's Political Project
The Critique of Liberalism and Communitarianism
Ethical Life
The Organic State
Civil Society
The Structure and Powers of the State
Philosophy of Culture
Philosophy of History
Hegel and Historicism
Reason in History
The Cunning of Reason
The Problem of Evil
The Meaning of Life
Hegel versus the Existentialists
Aesthetics
The Paradox of Hegel's Aesthetics
The Subordination Thesis
Art as Cognition
Death of Art
Epilogue: The Rise and Fall of the Hegelian School
Notes
Further Reading
Bibliography

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