By Stephen Houlgate, Michael Baur (editors)
This better half presents unique, scholarly, and state-of-the-art essays that disguise the complete diversity of Hegel’s mature proposal and his lasting influence.A accomplished consultant to 1 of an important sleek philosophersEssays are written in an available demeanour and draw at the newest Hegel researchContributions are drawn from the world over and from a large choice of philosophical ways and traditionsExamines Hegel’s effect on a number of thinkers, from Kierkegaard and Marx to Heidegger, Adorno and DerridaBegins with a chronology of Hegel’s existence and paintings and is then cut up into sections protecting subject matters corresponding to Philosophy of Nature, Aesthetics, and Philosophy of faith
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It is directly to these difficulties that Hegel addresses himself when at the very beginning of the “Positivity” essay he writes about the different ‘methods’ of treating Christianity and distances himself both from those who submit religion to the test of ‘reason and morality,’ and from those who appeal to the authority of tradition, ‘the wisdom of centuries’ (ETW 67; 152). Hegel can do so because his own approach is primarily diagnostic: he does not set out to defend a particular interpretation of the truth of the religious message; he is interested rather in analysing what is at stake in modern, morally oriented investigations of Christianity.
Zweiter Teil: Die Naturphilosophie, 15. See also Houlgate, An Introduction to Hegel, 115–121. Hegel, Philosophy of Nature, 170 [§313 Remark]; Enzyklopädie. Zweiter Teil: Die Naturphilosophie, 211–212. See, for example, Gilles Deleuze, Difference and Repetition, trans. Paul Patton (London: Athlone, 1994), 49–50. See Houlgate, An Introduction to Hegel, 120–121, and the chapters by Thomas Posch and Cinzia Ferrini below. F. Hegel, Philosophy of Mind, trans. William Wallace and A. V. Miller, rev. F.
The intellectual environment in which Hegel composed these pieces is saturated with debates about the continuing role of religion in human life in light of the aspiration to organize one’s life on rational principles. Fichte’s Attempt at a Critique of All Revelation, at first thought by many to be authored by Kant, appeared anonymously in 1792, and then in Fichte’s name in 1800. Kant’s own Religion Within the Limits of Reason Alone appeared in part in 1792, then fully in 1793, with a revised version coming out the following year.
A Companion to Hegel by Stephen Houlgate, Michael Baur (editors)