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The Hegel Reader ebook

The Hegel Reader ebook

The Hegel Reader by Stephen Houlgate

The Hegel Reader



The Hegel Reader download




The Hegel Reader Stephen Houlgate ebook
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Format: pdf
ISBN: 0631203478, 9780631203476
Page: 568


Pound takes the reader through a survey of Western philosophy and law to the 19th century. Hegel was born in Stuttgart, Württemberg, in present-day southwest Germany, on August 27, 1770. No one reads Hegel, but no one ever admits to not having read Hegel. First of all, of course, you cannot just come out and say you never read Hegel. Also perhaps unusual, at least for the modern western reader, is Hegel's sense of the state as an embodiment, or crystallization, of the spirit of the people itself. As a child he was a voracious reader. His purpose in these chapters is not always clear. [31] Coleridge wrote of Boehme that reading his works “contributed to keep alive the heart in the head,” and to reminding him that. It's a sacred law of (not) reading Hegel. For it is Desmond's work that calls us to radically re-think Hegel's project on many different and interactive levels.It is my belief that Hegel is not the same without really reading Desmond. The Idealism born in Germany more than two millennia later, however, beginning with Kant's transcendental version and progressively developing through Fichte's and Schelling's systems to culminate in Hegel's Absolute Idealism, though still Platonic to their core, can be read as having nonetheless entirely re-evaluated the role ..