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Introduction to Hegel's philosophy of history

Author: Jean Hyppolite
Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, ©1996.
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Hyppolite was the most famous scholar of Hegel in modern France and teacher of five of this century's major French philosophers - Derrida, Deleuze, Foucault, Bataille, and Guattari. This work is an explication of the meaning of Hegel's vision of history. In it, Jean Hyppolite plots the developments - both correct and incorrect, within scholarship and historical events - of the apprehension of Hegel's "Absolute  Read more...
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Named Person: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Hyppolite
ISBN: 0813014581 9780813014586
OCLC Number: 35121745
Description: xix, 88 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The spirit of a people (volksgeist) --
The first form of the unhappy consciousness : freedom in the ancient world and in Christianity --
Reason and history : the ideas of positivity and destiny --
Hegel's first philosophy of right : the article of natural law of Jena --
The modern world : state and individual.
Other Titles: Introduction à la philosophie de l'histoire de Hegel.
Responsibility: Jean Hyppolite ; translated by Bond Harris and Jacqueline Bouchard Spurlock ; with a foreword by Arkady Plotnitsky.
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Hyppolite was the most famous scholar of Hegel in modern France and teacher of five of this century's major French philosophers - Derrida, Deleuze, Foucault, Bataille, and Guattari. This work is an explication of the meaning of Hegel's vision of history. In it, Jean Hyppolite plots the developments - both correct and incorrect, within scholarship and historical events - of the apprehension of Hegel's "Absolute Spirit." The French figures whose thought was shaped by their encounters with Hegel's philosophy represent the extraordinary richness of the intellectual and cultural life of twentieth-century France and define our contemporary intellectual landscape, both modern and postmodern. As a thinker, a great scholar, a translator of Hegel, a professor at and a director of the Ecole Normale (1954-1963), and finally a professor at the College de France, Hyppolite was a shaping force of this landscape. Until now, Hyppolite's work was inaccesible to those who either could not read French or could not read it well enough to appreciate fully the scope and depth of his contribution to Hegel's work. Its availability in English will widen opportunities for participation in the Hegelian renaissance.

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