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Reading Hegel


Reading Hegel

Author: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

language: en

Publisher: re.press

Release Date: 2008

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This book incorporates seven 'Introductions' that Hegel wrote for each of his major works: the Phenomenology, Logic, Philosophy of Right, History, Fine Art, Religion and History of Philosophy, and includes an Introduction and Epilogue by the Editors, serving to introduce Hegel to the reader and to situate him and his works into their wider context.

Introduction to the Reading of Hegel


Introduction to the Reading of Hegel

Author: Alexandre Kojève

language: en

Publisher: Cornell University Press

Release Date: 1980

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Of the first six chapters of the Phenomenology of the spirit -- Summary of the course in 1937-1938 -- Philosophy and wisdom -- A note on eternity, time, and the concept -- Interpretation of the third part of chapter VIII -- A dialectic of the real and the phenomenological method in Hegel.

Hegel's Phenomenology


Hegel's Phenomenology

Author: Terry Pinkard

language: en

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Release Date: 1994-06-24

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This book is the most detailed commentary on Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit available and develops an independent philosophical account of the general theory of knowledge, culture, and history contained in it. Written in a clear and straightforward style, the book reconstructs Hegel's theoretical philosophy and shows its connection to the ethical and political theory. Terry Pinkard sets the work in a historical context and reveals the contemporary relevance of Hegel's thought to European and Anglo-American philosophers.