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TitleHegel's Phenomenology of Spirit: A Reappraisal [electronic resource] / edited by Gary K. Browning
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 1997
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-015-8917-8
Descript X, 178 p. online resource

SUMMARY

This book consists of a significant and valuable reappraisal of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit by a number of outstanding, international Hegel scholars. Key questions and issues are discussed. No other book on the Phenomenology brings together penetrating articles by renowned Hegel scholars, and no previous book has included responses to articles by equally celebrated scholars. The result is that this book is unique in providing a wealth of insights into the Phenomenology of Spirit from a variety of perspectives. Among the crucial issues of interpretation which are tackled in this book are Hegel's concept of truth (the focus of Professor H.S. Harris's incisive opening article), the relationship between the Phenomenology and Hegel's system (discussed by Professor Rรผdiger Bubner), the master-slave dialectic, the unhappy consciousness and conscience. Experienced Hegel scholars and students new to Hegel will benefit from the format of the book in which distinguished scholars comment upon the key and contentious aspects of the main articles. Crucial issues of interpretation are highlighted clearly


CONTENT

1. Introduction -- 2. Hegel's Correspondence Theory of Truth -- 3. Comment. Harris, Hegel, and the Truth about Truth -- 4. Hegel's Concept of Phenomenology -- 5. Comment. Rรผdiger Bubner: โ{128}{156}Hegel's Concept of Phenomenologyโ{128}{157} -- 6. The โ{128}{156}Unhappy Consciousnessโ{128}{157} and Conscious Unhappiness: On Adorno's Critique of Hegel and the Idea of an Hegelian Critique of Adorno -- 7. Comment. Being Hegelian: Reply to Simon Jarvis -- 8. Conscience and Transgression: The Exemplarity of Tragic Action -- 9. Beyond the Antigone Complex: A Reply to Jay Bernstein -- 10. The Comedy of Hegel and the Trauerspiel of Modern Philosophy -- 11. Comment. Idle Tears: A Response to Gillian Rose -- 12. The Political Significance of Hegel's Concept of Recognition -- 13. Comment. Recognising the Politics of Recognition -- 14. Rupture, Closure and Dialectic -- 15. Comment. On Rupture, Closure and Dialectic


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