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TitleHegel and the Philosophy of Religion [electronic resource] : The Wofford Symposium / edited by Darrel E. Christensen
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1970
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-9152-4
Descript 300 p. online resource

SUMMARY

THE WOFFORD SYMPOSIUM: ITs PURPOSE, GENESIS, AND THEME The purpose of The Wofford Symposium was to stimulate original scholarship on the theme of the meeting, to provide a forum in philosophy of high quality in the area which Wofford College principally serves, and to make available for publication this collection of papers, which it was felt would meet a peculiar need in the contemporary literature of philosophy. In April, 1967, I attended the annual meeting of the Metaphysical Society of America at Purdue University. Noting the frequency with which Hegel was brought into the discussions at that meeting, I was led on two occasions to inject the question into informal group discussions in the halls, "Isn't it time some sort of symposium on Hegel was held?" On the last occasion Professor Frederick Weiss replied, "Why don't you start it?" I'm not yet certain how serious the remark was intended to be, but after waiting two months, half expecting to hear of a plan under way, it occurred to me that perhaps what was wanting was a concrete proposal


CONTENT

Section I Some Historical Presuppositions of Hegelโ{128}{153}s System -- Comment by Charles E. Scott (Vanderbilt University) -- Comment by Eugene Thomas Long (Randolph-Macon College) -- Henrich: Reply to Commentators -- Section II The Young Hegel and the Postulates of Practical Reason -- Comment by W. E. Steinkraus (State University of N.Y., Oswego) -- Comment by Thomas N. Munson (DePaul University) -- Discussion -- Section III Hegelโ{128}{153}s Phenomenology of Mind as a Development of Kantโ{128}{153}s Basic Ontology -- Comment by Murray Greene (New School of Social Research) -- Comment by George Schrader (Yale University) -- Werkmeister: Reply to Commentators -- Section IV Hegelโ{128}{153}s โ{128}{156}Unhappy Consciousnessโ{128}{157} and Nietzscheโ{128}{153}s โ{128}{156}Slave Morality,โ{128}{157} -- Comment by Joseph C. Flay (Pennsylvnia State University) -- Comment by Thomas J. J. Altizer (State University of N.Y., Stony Brook) -- Greene: Reply to Commentators -- Section V Hegelโ{128}{153}s Reinterpretation of the Doctrine of Spirit and the Religious Community -- Comment by P. Christopher Smith (Lowell State College) -- John E. Smith: Reply to P. Christopher Smith -- Section VI Hegel and the Marxist-Leninist Critique of Religion -- Comment by W. Winslow Shea (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) -- Comment by Ignas K. Skrupskelis (University of South Carolina) -- Kline: Reply to Commentators -- Discussion -- Section VII โ{128}{156}Authenticityโ{128}{157} and โ{128}{156}Warranted Beliefโ{128}{157} in Hegelโ{128}{153}s Dialectic of Religion -- Comment by J. N. Findlay (Yale University) -- Christensen: Reply to J. N. Findlay -- Discussion -- Section VIII Hegel on the Identity of Content in Religion and Philosophy -- Comment by James Doull (Dalhousie University) -- Comment by Charles D. Darrett (Wofford College) -- Lauer: Reply to Commentators -- Discussion


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