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eBook History, Spirit and Experience: Hegel's Conception of the Historical Task of Philosophy in his Age (Hegeliana) ePub

by John Edwin B. Walker

  • ISBN: 3631468415
  • Category: Religious Studies
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: John Edwin B. Walker
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (May 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 179
  • ePub book: 1471 kb
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J Walker's History, Spirit And Experience. The I and World History in Hegel. Paolo Diego Bubbio - 2017 - British Journal for the History of Philosophy 25 (4):1-21.

J Walker's History, Spirit And Experience. Andrew Shanks - 1996 - Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain 34:40-43. Hegel's Eschatological Vision: Does History Have a Future? Daniel Berthold-Bond - 1988 - History and Theory 27 (1):14-29.

History, Spirit, And Experience book. This book is about the legitimation of Hegel's philosophy. Its central thesis is that Hegel's philosophy is one of human experience

History, Spirit, And Experience book. Its central thesis is that Hegel's philosophy is one of human experience. The point of Hegel's philosophy of history, the author argues, is an apologetic one: to disclose how human experience connects the activity of philosophical thought to the intellectual attitude which assent to the Christian Incarnation requir This book is about the legitimation of Hegel's philosophy.

Hegel arrives at his conception of philosophizing there, as a "speculative Good Friday", in the context of his critique of Kant, Jacobi and Fichte. Walker works back towards that, beginning from a critique of A J Ayer. For in Ayer, one might say, we have pretty much the most extreme possible example of philosophical Geist in discarnate form. This is not how Walker himself expresses it, since he is systematically working back towards the possibility of such a philosophically transfigured use of christological categories, as the final goal of his argument.

John Walker, History, Spirit and Experience: Hegel's Conception of the Historical Task of Philosophy in his Age, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang 1995, pp 179, Hb DM27. University of Lancaster. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 23 June 2015.

History, spirit, and experience. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove History, spirit, and experience from your list? History, spirit, and experience. Hegel's conception of the historical task of philosophy in his age. by Walker, John. Published 1995 by P. Lang in Frankfurt am Main, New York. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831).

To quote Hegel himself in his Introduction to the Philosophy of History .

To quote Hegel himself in his Introduction to the Philosophy of History:- Spirit does not toss itself about in the external play of chance occurrences; on the contrary, it is that which determines history absolutely, and it stands firm against the chance occurrences which it dominates and exploits for its own purpose. Although Hegel's dialectic often appears broken up for convenience into three moments called thesis, antithesis, and synthesis, these terms were not original to or much used by Hegel himself. History was best seen as directed by a zeitgeist, or Spirit of the Age, and traces of the zeitgest could be seen by looking backward.

Philosophy of history in Hegel's view, not only apply to the meaning of. events and historical phenomena, but it also . between historical events. This history books had moral aspect and historians had tried that experience

Philosophy of history in Hegel's view, not only apply to the meaning of. events and historical phenomena, but it also apply to the reciprocity and solidarity with history; in fact. thinking realized in history and history base on thinking finds meaning, for philosophy all events that. happened in the past cannot be forgotten, history survive in philosophy and today's thoughts, rooted in. their historical experience. This history books had moral aspect and historians had tried that experience. was the outcome of historical events and their objective was to study the evolution of a particular theme, such as law or religion.

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The workman approaches his task with his own spirit; a spirit distinct from that of.Johannes v. MŸller, in his Universal History as also in his History of Switzerland, had such moral aims in view.

The workman approaches his task with his own spirit; a spirit distinct from that of the element he is to manipulate. Here a very important consideration will be the principles to which the author refers, the bearing and motives of the actions and events which he describes, and those which determine the form of his narrative.

Hegel’s philosophy of history is most lucidly set out in his Lectures on the Philosophy of World History, given at the University of Berlin in 1822, 1828 and 1830. In his introduction to those lectures Hegel said that there is reason in history because ‘reason rules the world’; hence world history is the progress of reason. He compares this with the Christian notion of providence.

This book is about the legitimation of Hegel's philosophy. Its central thesis is that Hegel's philosophy is one of human experience. The point of Hegel's philosophy of history, the author argues, is an apologetic one: to disclose how human experience connects the activity of philosophical thought to the intellectual attitude which assent to the Christian Incarnation requires. It is this connection alone which legitimates Hegel's conception of philosophy as absolute knowledge. The rationale for that connection is made manifest to us by Hegel's philosophy of history, of which the focus is his philosophical engagement with the experience of his own time.