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by Stephen Crites

  • ISBN: 0271017597
  • Category: Historical
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Stephen Crites
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penn State University Press (August 10, 1998)
  • Pages: 490
  • ePub book: 1191 kb
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Hegel came to maturity as a philosopher during the first years of the nineteenth century, developing through prodigious intellectual struggles a highly original conception of dialectic as a method for rationally comprehending traumatic historical change.

Hegel came to maturity as a philosopher during the first years of the nineteenth century, developing through prodigious intellectual struggles a highly original conception of dialectic as a method for rationally comprehending traumatic historical change.

This is a masterly study of Hegel’s early thought. With this book Crites has provided a major contribution to untangling the knot of Hegel’s highly complex philosophical system

This is a masterly study of Hegel’s early thought. With this book Crites has provided a major contribution to untangling the knot of Hegel’s highly complex philosophical system. This book is destined to become essential reading for Hegel scholars and students of nineteenth century theology. David R. Law, Journal of Theology Studies.

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Hegel came to maturity as a philosopher during the first years of the nineteenth century, developing through prodigious intellectual struggles a highly original conception of dialectic as a method for rationally comprehending traumatic historical chang. Penn State University Press.

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Stephen Crites, Dialectic and Gospel in the Development of Hegel’s Thinking, Pennsylvania State University Press, University Park, PA 1998, 27–28. 22. Pinkard, Hegel: A Biography, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2000, 74. oogle Scholar. Howard P. Kainz, Hegel’s Phenomenology, Part II: The Evolution of Ethical and Religious Consciousness to the Dialectical Standpoint, Ohio University Press, Athens, OH 1983, 83Google Scholar. 31a. Robert Stern, Hegel and the Phenomenology of Spirit, Routledge Philosophy GuideBooks, Routledge, New York 2002, 157Google Scholar. 31b. Harris (note 9), 72–73.

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Hegel’s dialectics refers to the particular dialectical method of argument employed by the 19th Century German . First, because the determinations in the moment of understanding sublate themselves, Hegel’s dialectics does not require some new idea to show up arbitrarily.

Hegel’s dialectics refers to the particular dialectical method of argument employed by the 19th Century German philosopher, . Hegel (see entry on Hegel), which, like other dialectical methods, relies on a contradictory process between opposing sides. Whereas Plato’s opposing sides were people (Socrates and his interlocutors), however, what the opposing sides are in Hegel’s work depends on the subject matter he discusses.

Hegel came to maturity as a philosopher during the first years of the nineteenth century, developing through prodigious intellectual struggles a highly original conception of dialectic as a method for rationally comprehending traumatic historical change. At the same time, he continued a process begun earlier, of critical engagement with the Christian gospel and its historical ethos. Hegel spent much of his youth reacting against this drama and its cultural expression. By the time he published his early masterpiece, the Phenomenology of Spirit (1807), he had found an ingenious way of reconstructing it in counterpoint with his new dialectical understanding of historical experience.

Dialectic and Gospel in the Development of Hegel's Thinking tells the story of this interplay as it develops in Hegel's thinking. It culminates in a fresh interpretation of the Phenomenology of Spirit and a detailed commentary on larger portions of the text relevant to that story. Crites's reading of the masterpiece is contextualized by three substantial chapters detailing the course of Hegel's reflections on Christian themes through the first thirty-five years of his life. These chapters are both biographical and textual, treating not only the philosopher’s personal and intellectual development but also the major cultural influences that informed it. Hegel is seen to have begun as a child of the Enlightenment powerfully, affected by the Romantic reaction to the Enlightenment, who finds his way to his own position as a founding genius of German Idealism and its historical dialectic. His development is thus interpreted as an epitome of a major transformation in European intellectual history.