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The Cambridge Companion to Hegel and Nineteenth-Century Philosophy

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  • Page extent: 448 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 0.65 kg

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521539388)

The Cambridge companion to Hegel and nineteenth-century philosophy The Cambridge companion to Hegel and nineteenth-century philosophy
Cambridge University Press
9780521831673 - The Cambridge companion to Hegel and nineteenth-century philosophy - Edited by Frederick C. Beiser
Table of Contents

Contents

Preface
ix
Contributors
xi
Introduction: The Puzzling Hegel Renaissance
Frederick Beiser
1
1     Hegel: A Life
Terry Pinkard
15
2     Ancient Skepticism, Modern Naturalism, and Nihilism in Hegel’s Early Jena Writings
Paul Franks
52
3     Hegel’s Phenomenology as a Systematic Fragment
Jon Stewart
74
4     The Independence and Dependence of Self-Consciousness: The Dialectic of Lord and Bondsman in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit
Paul Redding
94
5     Hegel’s Logic
Stephen Houlgate
111
6     Hegel’s Idealism
Robert Stern
135
7     Hegel and Hermeneutics
Michael N. Forster
174
8     Hegel’s Social Philosophy
Frederick Neuhouser
204
9     Hegel’s Philosophy of Religion
Peter C. Hodgson
230
10    Hegel and Mysticism
Glenn Alexander Magee
253
11    Philosophizing about Nature: Hegel’s Philosophical Project
Kenneth R. Westphal
281
12    Hegel’s Criticism of Newton
Edward C. Halper
311
13    The Logic of Life: Hegel’s Philosophical Defense of Teleological Explanation of Living Beings
James Kreines
344
14    Hegel and Aesthetics: The Practice and “Pastness” of Art
Allen Speight
378
15    The Absence of Aesthetics in Hegel’s Aesthetics
Robert Pippin
394
Bibliography
419
Index
423



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