Originally published in 1987, this volume reflects the diversity in Hegelianism and every branch of philosophy which he contributed to. It includes essays on his contribution to contemporary social philosophy, logic and the philosophy of religion. His work is examined in relation to Marx, Wittgenstein and his social philosophy discussed from a feminist standpoint.
Table of Contents
1. Hegel’s Historical Phenomenology and Social Analysis Bernard Cullen 2. Hegel and Feminism Susan M. Easton 3. On Becoming Anthony Manser 4. Sense and Meaning in Hegel and Wittgenstein David Lamb 5. Hegel on Political Economy Christopher J. Arthur 6. Marx’s Hegelianism: An Exposition Michael George 7. The Actual and the Rational Sean Sayers 8. Hegel, Marx and Dialectic Joseph McCarney 9. Hegel and Religion John Walker 10. The Difference Between Begrifflicher Spekulation and Mathematics in Hegel’s Philosophy of Nature Wolfgang Neuser 11. Hegel’s Habilitationsthesen: A Translation with Introduction and Annotated Bibliography Norbert Waszek
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