Hegel's Thought in Europe: Currents, Crosscurrents and by Lisa Herzog

By Lisa Herzog

Lisa Herzog (ed.)

It isn't really transparent what the highbrow historical past of the final 2 hundred years could have gave the impression of with out the philosophy of G.W.F. Hegel, however it is obvious that it's going to have seemed varied. His tremendous highbrow method used to be taken up by means of thinkers from left to correct, and from very diverse philosophical colleges. This quantity brings jointly available, concise essays from major students that current very important currents of Hegelian idea in numerous ecu international locations, together with pre-revolutionary Russia, from the nineteenth to the twenty first century. It unites quite a number very assorted sorts of (Non-Marxian) Hegelianisms and Anti-Hegelianisms, displaying similarities in addition to variations. Embedding them of their cultural and highbrow contexts, it demonstrates a few of the encounters among philosophy, politics and private lives that Hegel's philosophy inspired.

Contents:

Introduction: Hegel's inspiration in Europe; Lisa Herzog
PART I: HEGEL'S notion IN RUSSIA AND ROMANIA
The main issue of the gorgeous Soul and the Hidden heritage of Russian Hegelianism; Vadim Shkolnikov
Granovsky, Herzen, and Chicherin: Hegel and the conflict for Russia's Soul; Robert Harris
Hegel's story in Romania; Edward Kanterian
PART II: HEGEL'S notion IN SCANDINAVIA AND GERMANY
Hegelianism in recovery Prussia, 1841-1848. Freedom, Humanism, and 'Anti-Humanism' in younger Hegelian idea; Douglas Moggach and Widukind De Ridder
Hegelianism in Denmark; George Pattison
Hegel, Cassirer, and Heidegger; Michael Inwood
Against 'Metaphysics working Amok': Hegel, Adorno, and the Ineffable; Silvia Jonas
The Critique of Non-Metaphysical Readings of Hegel's Philosophy of correct; David Schweikard
PART III: HEGEL'S notion IN nice BRITAIN
Hegel and British Idealism; W. J. Mander
Rethinking Collingwood's Hegel; Gary Browning
Substantive Philosophy, Infallibilism and the Critique of Metaphysics: Hegel and the Historicity of Philosophical cause Kenneth; R. Westphal
PART IV: HEGEL'S proposal IN ITALY AND FRANCE
Hegel in Italy (1922-1931): The Dispute at the moral nation; Nico De Federicis
The Hegelian Legacy in Kojève and Sartre; Gilles Marmasse
The occasion of a interpreting. Hegel 'with' Derrida; Joseph Cohen

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In Russia, as in Germany, philosophical speculation had a compensatory function for men of intellectual vigor living in a society where public life was almost totally paralyzed’ (Walicki 1979, 115–116).  ] a justification, even glorification, of their retreat from the real world into an ideal world from which all distasteful and oppressive reality could be banished by philosophical construct’ (Lincoln 1989, 258). 4. Herzen (1982), 237. On Herzen see also Harris (in this volume). 5. PR, Introduction, 7.

37 For Belinsky, who had made his debut as a literary critic with the audacious claim that Russia had no literature, the genuine enthusiasm with which the Moscow public responded to the performance of Hamlet offered a new hope: Russia could one day have a literature. Thus, Belinsky endeavoured to perceive the point where his own development, his own struggle to enter into the life of spirit, merged with the spiritual development of Russian culture as a whole: as if the moment when he himself felt ready to transcend the self-enclosed suffering of the beautiful soul would simultaneously mark the moment when Russia could finally overcome centuries of cultural isolation, its alleged existence outside the historical development of the West.

38. Belinsky (1953–1959), 3, 240–241. 39. Plekhanov (1956–1958), 4, 437. 40. Belinsky (1953–1959), 11, 385. 41. Annenkov (1989), 129–130. 42. Herzen (1954–1965), 22, 53. 43. Herzen (1954–1965), 2, 278. 44. Herzen (1954–1965), 2, 204. 45. Herzen (1954–1965), 3, 7. 46. Herzen (1954–1965), 10, 9. 47. Herzen (1954–1965), 8, 12. Bibliography P. V. Annenkov (1989) Literaturnye vospominaniia [Literary Memoirs] (Moscow: Izdatel’stro Pravda). —— (1968) The Extraordinary Decade, Trans. I. R. Titunik (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press).

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