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Hegel's political philosophy : on the normative significance of method and system

Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2017.
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This ground-breaking collection of new essays by leading interpreters of Hegel's philosophy is dedicated to the questions that surround Hegel's philosophical method and its relationship to the conclusions of his political thought.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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(OCoLC)949911648
Named Person: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 9780191823619 0191823619 9780191084003 019108400X
OCLC Number: 969548969
Description: 1 online resource (282 pages)
Contents: Cover; Hegel's Political Philosophy: On the Normative Significance of Method and System; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; Introduction; I.1. A New Debate; I.2. An Overview; 1: What Might it Mean to have a Systematic Idealist, but Anti-Platonist, Practical Philosophy?; 1.1. Richard Rorty: Modern "Ironist" Hegelian; 1.2. Kant, Fichte, Sartre, Rorty, and the Struggle for Recognition; 1.3. Hegel on the Logic of the Will; 1.4. The Typology of Judgment Forms in Hegel's Science of Logic; 1.5. The Dynamics of De Re and De Dicto Judgments. 1.6. Recognition Underlying Any "Struggle for Recognition"2: Systematicity and Normative Justification: The Method of Hegel's Philosophical Science of Right; 2.1. Normativity and the Traditional Representational Forms of Justification; 2.1.1. The Traditional Forms of Normative Justification: Rationalism and Empiricism; 2.1.2. Normativity and the Problem of Representation; 2.1.3. From Representation to Systematicity; 2.2. Systematic Normative Justification; 2.2.1. Systematicity and Justification; 2.2.2. Systematic Method; 2.2.3. Systematicity and Normativity. 3: In What Sense is Hegel's Philosophy of Right "Based" on His Science of Logic?: Remarks on the Logic of Justice3.1.; 3.2.; 3.3.; 3.4.; 3.5.; 4: Method and System in Hegel's Philosophy of Right; 4.1. The "Controversy"; 4.2. Superstar or Anti-Hero?; 4.3. So Please, Let's Make a New Start; 4.4. Hegel's System as the Telos of Post-Kantian German Idealism; 4.5. Fichte's Synthetic Method; 4.6. What is a "System" of Concepts?; 4.7. Conceptual Pluralism; 4.8. Implications for Hegel's Philosophy of Right; Abbreviations; Writings of Hegel; Writings of Fichte; References. 5: The Relevance of the Logical: Method for Hegel's Practical Philosophy5.1. The "Philosophical Science of Right" and the System of Philosophy; 5.2. Method and Hegel's Logic as a 'Logic of Action'; 5.3. Logical Method and Forms of Action: Freedom, Violence, and the Action that Begins; 5.3.1. Beginning Actions: Being, Essence, Concept; 5.3.2. Beginning Actions: Violence and Freedom in the World of Spirit; 6: The State as a System of Three Syllogisms: Hegel's Notion of the State and Its Logical Foundations; 6.1. The State as a Whole Consisting of Three Syllogisms. 6.2. The State as a Triad of Syllogisms6.3. The Inner Law of the State or Domestic Right: The Second System of Three Syllogisms; 6.3.1. The Qualitative Syllogism I-P-U; 6.3.2. The Syllogism of Reflexion U-I-P; 6.3.3. P-U-I: The Syllogism of Necessity; 6.4. A New Conception of the Separation and Interdependence of the State Powers; 6.5. The Constitution as a System of Three Syllogisms: A Reformulation of the Outlines; 6.6. The State as a System of Three Syllogisms: Against the Letter of the Outlines; 6.7. The Universal, Law-Making Power: The Syllogism of Necessity (P-U-I).
Responsibility: edited by Thom Brooks and Sebastian Stein.

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