Between Kant and Hegel Lectures on German Idealism

ISBN-10: 067402737X
ISBN-13: 9780674027374
Edition: 2003
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Book details

List price: $31.50
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Publication date: 3/31/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.232

Electrifying when they were first delivered in 1973, becoming legendary in the years since, as transcripts passed from hand to hand, Dieter Henrich's lectures on German idealism were the first contact a major German philosopher had made with an American audience since the onset of World War II. They remain, to this day, one of the most eloquent interpretations of the central philosophical tradition of Germany and the way in which it relates to the concerns of contemporary philosophy. Thanks to the editorial work of David Pacini, one of the original auditors of Henrich's course, the lectures appear here with annotations that link them to the editions of the masterworks of German philosophy as they are now available. Henrich describes the movement that led from Kant to Hegel, beginning with an interpretation of the structure and tensions of Kant's system. He locates the Kantian movement and revival of Spinoza, as sketched by F. H. Jacobi, in the intellectual conditions of the time and in the philosophical motivations of modern thought. And he explains the motives behind Fichte's Doctrine of Science. Henrich connects this history to the poet Houml;lderlin's original philosophy and to the thought of the founders of Romanticism, Novalis and Friedrich Schlegel. He concludes with an interpretation of the basic design of Hegel's system.

Dieter Henrich is Professor Emeritus at the University of Munich and the author of dozens of books and articles.

David S. Pacini is Associate Professor of Historical Theology, Candler School of Theology, Emory University, and the author of The Cunning of Modern Religious Thought.

Preface
Foreword: Remembrance through Disenchantment
Acknowledgments
A Note on the Texts
Introduction
The Systematic Structure of Kant's Philosophy
Internal Experience and Philosophical Theory
Sensation, Cognition, and the "Riddle of Metaphysics"
Freedom as the "Keystone" to the Vault of Reason
Kant's Early Critics
The Allure of "Mysticism"
Jacobi and the "Spinozism of Freedom"
Jacobi and the Philosophy of Immediacy
Reinhold and the Systematic Spirit
Reinhold and "Elementary Philosophy"
Schulze and Post-Kantian Skepticism
Fichte
The Aenesidemus Review
"Own Meditations on Elementary Philosophy," I
"Own Meditations on Philosophy," II
The Science of Knowledge (1794)
Theories of Imagination and Longing and Their Impact on Schlegel, Novalis, and H�lderlin
Foundation and System in The Science of Knowledge
The Paradoxical Character of the Self-Relatedness of Consciousness
The Turn to Speculative Theology
H�lderlin
The Place of H�lderlin's "Judgment and Being"
Hegel
The Way to the Fifth Philosophy (The Science of Logic)
The Logic of Negation and Its Application
Index

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