4 edition of Hegel"s Hellenic ideal found in the catalog.
Hegel"s Hellenic ideal
J. Glenn Gray
|Other titles||Mystical element in Hegel"s early theological writings.|
|Statement||J. Glenn Gray. The mystical element in Hegel"s early theological writings / George Plimpton Adams.|
|Series||The Philosophy of Hegel ;, 6|
|Contributions||Adams, George Plimpton, 1882-1961.|
|LC Classifications||B2948 .G7 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 104, -102 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||83048507|
(), J. G. Gray's Hegel's Hellenic Ideal (), and H. A. Myers' The Spinoza Hegel Paradox ()? The first is essentially a book on Marx; the second treats a good subject far too slightly; the third is of first class importance for the Rechtsphilo sophie; the fourth takes account of the fugendsdiriften; the fifth is an interesting essay. I have no doubt that this book will go some way toward provoking important debates on the subject in the future. I recommend Franco’s Hegel’s Philosophy of Freedom to anyone interested in the concept of freedom or in Hegel’s political philosophy."—Thom Brooks, The Owl of Minerva.
The Phänomenologie des Geistes is the place to start with Hegel, most certainly. That's not to say that the Wissenschaft der Logik isn't important, if not essential to understanding Hegelian thought, it's just that WdL was written with the assumption that the reader would be deeply familiar with the Phänomenologie; without that deep familiarity and understanding, I'd imagine that it'd be. In general he sees Hegel’s mature philosophy as the culmination of a process of reflection set in motion by a pained awareness of the incoherence and division within men’s personalities and between men in society, taking the form of nostalgia for the ancient Greek ideal in which men were not divided into public and private beings, and where.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (often known as G. W. F. Hegel or Georg Hegel) ( - ) was a German philosopher of the early Modern period. He was a leading figure in the German Idealism movement in the early 19th Century, although his ideas went far beyond earlier Kantianism, and he founded his own school of Hegelianism.. He has been called the "Aristotle . Is there a syllabus structure to be followed? Like, should start by reading the works by early greek philosophers or start by reading the early concepts? In other words, should I start with author or by concepts? (again could you please mention the books?) Which is a better starting point, books or online videos or both?
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: Hegel's Hellenic Ideal / The Mystical Element in Hegel's Early Theological Writings (The Philosophy of Hegel) (): J. Glenn Gray, George Plimption Adams: BooksAuthors: George Plimption Adams, Jesse Glenn Gray. Hegel's Hellenic ideal by J. Glenn Gray Published by Garland Pub. in New by: 3.
This publication has not been reviewed yet. rating distribution. average user rating out of based on 0 reviews. Hegel's Aesthetics: Lectures on Fine Art, Vol. I Reprint Edition by G. Hegel (Author), T. Knox (Translator) out of 5 stars 5 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN.
This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. /5(5). Books shelved as hegel: Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Elements of the Philosophy of Right by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich.
The best book on Hegel I've ever read. The one flaw: That Taylor often translates "geist" as god, which is a restrictive understanding of the term (it usually means "spirit", as in of a shared communal sortthere really isn't an english word for it).
Overall, Taylor takes his skill for Hegels Hellenic ideal book analysis that is still eloquent and concise and 4/5. He completed his first published book, the Phenomenology of Spirit, in Jena, just as the town was occupied by his hero Napoleon Bonaparte – “The World Spirit on horseback” in Hegel’s words.
Napleon was born o the same year as Hegel, but died in shortly after the publication of Hegel’s Philosophy of RightFile Size: 1MB.
Hegel's philosophical account of art and beauty has three parts: 1) ideal beauty as such, or beauty proper, 2) the different forms that beauty takes in history, and 3) the different arts in which beauty is encountered.
We will look first at Hegel's account of ideal beauty as such. Ideal Beauty as such. Books The Future of Hegel by Catherine Malabou Peter Benson bravely reads a difficult book (by Catherine Malabou) about a difficult philosopher (G.W.F. Hegel). When a book about the most difficult philosopher of the 19th Century (G.W.F.
Hegel) has a preface by the most difficult philosopher of the 20th Century (Jacques Derrida) one knows in advance that it will not be an. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, German philosopher who developed a dialectical scheme that emphasized the progress of history and of ideas from thesis to antithesis and thence to a synthesis.
He was the last of the great philosophical system builders of modern times. Learn more about Hegel’s life and work. If one wishes to characterize the idea of Hegel’s logic from this viewpoint, a comparison with Plato’s dialectic is useful, for that is the model which Hegel always has in mind.
In Greek philosophy Hegel saw the philosophy of logos, or put another way, the courage to consider pure thoughts per se. As a result, Greek thought succeeded in.
Question: "What is Hellenism, and how did it influence the early church?" Answer: Hellenism is the term used to describe the influence of Greek culture on the peoples the Greek and Roman Empires conquered or interacted with.
Upon the Jews' return from exile in Babylon, they endeavored to protect their national identity by following the law closely. Schiller, Hegel, and Marx looked back to ancient Greek culture, viewing it as the historical embodiment of certain ideals central to aesthetic theory.
This volume investigates their viewpoints and how they use Greek culture as an ideal model for remaking the modern world, for overcoming alienation and estrangement. Hegel's Hellenic ideal, (New York, King's Crown Press, ), by J.
Glenn Gray (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Prolegomena to the study of Hegel's philosophy and especially of his logic, (Oxford, Clarendon Press, ), by William Wallace (page images at HathiTrust). Before I start my proper response, it's worth noting that Hegel wrote a lot and that much of what he wrote easily ranks among the most challenging writing in any tradition of philosophy: Western, Eastern, ancient, or modern.
In fact, there's stil. 7 The comprehension of our world is a historical spiral so that Hegel's argument moves over the same ground several times; and the concept of the order of Nature as a living “Infinite” is a moment of present experience, so that the evolution of “Consciousness” (in the first three chapters) does not need to be interpreted historically at all.
For these reasons, the Cited by: 4. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gray, J. Glenn (Jesse Glenn), Hegel's Hellenic ideal. New York: Garland Pub., (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gray, J. Glenn (Jesse Glenn), Hegel's Hellenic ideal. New York, King's Crown Press, (OCoLC) One of the founders of modern philosophical thought Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel () has gained the reputation of being one of the most abstruse and impenetrable of thinkers.
This first major biography of Hegel in English offers not only a complete, up-to-date account of the life, but also an overview of the key philosophical concepts in Hegel's work in 4/5(2). A “CRITICAL revision of Hegel's Philosophy of Right” is how Marx later described the study that occupied him in and The title could in fact be extended to the whole of Marx's activity as a thinker; indeed, as an embodiment of his thought it could be used to sum up his life's work.
More careful examination will show that this work of revision keeps pace with the course of his. Hegel’s social and political philosophy was of profound importance in mid nineteenth century Germany, especially within the Kingdom of Prussia where he spent his latter days.
It is sometimes said that Hegel believed Prussia was the end of history, that Prussia was the fulfillment of the socio-political, constitutional, and ethical progression of the Spirit in.This is a book for those interested in the intricacies of Hegel's philosophy of religion.
It asks and answers two questions: how can Hegel's accounts of the proofs for God's existence best be understood; in what sense is Hegel's God 'personal'? The study is split into two halves named in. The Greek and Roman poets wrote works, produced works of art, and attempted to pass them on to their children, which celebrated the heroic, the democratic spirit, and togetherness (connectedness) or recognition (Anerkennung) of the Greek kings and Roman peoples with one another.
Culture was the creative Spirit working in history during this age.