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Hegel's dialectic : five hermeneutical studies

Author: Hans-Georg Gadamer; P Christopher Smith
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, 1976.
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Tracing the development of the notion of the dialectic from the classical Greek thinkers to the modern thinkers, Gadamer demonstrates that Hegel 'worked out his own dialectical method by extending the dialectic of the Ancients.' Excellently translated, this book is a valuable if demanding addition to Gadamer's philosophical work now available in English. These five essays on Hegel give the English-speaking reader a  Read more...
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Named Person: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans-Georg Gadamer; P Christopher Smith
ISBN: 0300019092 9780300019094
OCLC Number: 2042356
Language Note: Translation of Hegels Dialektik.
Description: xi, 118 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Hegel and the dialectic of the ancient philosophers ---
Hegelʹs inverted world ---
Hegelʹs dialectic of self-consciousness ---
The idea of Hegelʹs logic ---
Hegel and Heidegger.
Other Titles: Hegels Dialektik.
Responsibility: Hans-Georg Gadamer ; translated and with an introduction by P. Christopher Smith.

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Tracing the development of the notion of the dialectic from the classical Greek thinkers to the modern thinkers, Gadamer demonstrates that Hegel 'worked out his own dialectical method by extending the dialectic of the Ancients.' Excellently translated, this book is a valuable if demanding addition to Gadamer's philosophical work now available in English. These five essays on Hegel give the English-speaking reader a long-awaited opportunity to read the work of one of Germany's most distinguished philosophers, Hans-Georg Gadamer. Gadamer's unique hermeneutic method will have a lasting effect on Hegel studies.

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