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On art, religion, and the history of philosophy : introductory lectures

Author: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; J Glenn Gray
Publisher: Indianapolis : Hackett Pub., [1997]
Series: Harper torchbooks, 1463.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Collects the lectures that represent the distillation of Hegel's views on the three most important activities of spirit. This title features an Introduction, Select Bibliography, Analytical Table of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; J Glenn Gray
ISBN: 0872203719 9780872203716 0872203700 9780872203709
OCLC Number: 37282048
Notes: Originally published: On art, religion, philosophy. 1st ed. New York : Harper & Row, 1970, in series: Harper torchbooks.
Description: xiv, [1], 324 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Tom Rockmore --
Foreword / J. Glenn Gray --
I. Divisions of Aesthetics and Refutations of Some Objections against the Philosophy of Art --
II. Scientific Ways of Treating the Beautiful and Art --
III. The Concept of the Beautiful in Art --
A. Usual Conceptions of Art --
1. The Work of Art as the Product of Human Activity --
2. The Work of Art as the Human Meaning of the Sensory --
3. The Aim of Art --
B. The Historical Deduction of the True Concept of Art --
1. The Kantian Philosophy --
2. Schiller, Winckelmann, Schelling --
3. Irony --
IV. Division of the Subject --
I. The Relation of the Philosophy of Religion to Its Presuppositions and to the Principles of the Time --
A. The Severance of Religion from the Free Worldly Consciousness --
B. The Position of the Philosophy of Religion Relative to Philosophy and to Religion --
1. The Relation of Philosophy to Religion in General --
2. The Relation of the Philosophy of Religion to the System of Philosophy --
3. The Relation of the Philosophy of Religion to Positive Philosophy --
C. The Relation of the Philosophy of Religion to the Principles of Time of the Religious Consciousness --
1. Philosophy and the Contemporary Indifference to Particular Dogmas --
2. The Historical Treatment of Dogmas --
3. Philosophy and Immediate Knowledge --
II. Preliminary Questions --
III. Division of the Subject --
A. The General Notion or Conception of Religion --
1. The Moment of Universality --
2. The Moment of Particularity, or the Sphere of Differentiation --
3. The Annulling of the Differentiation, or Worship (Cultus) --
B. Of Judgment, or Definite Religion --
C. Revealed Religion --
I. The Notion of the History of Philosophy --
A. Common Ideas Regarding the History of Philosophy --
1. The History of Philosophy as an Accumulation of Opinions --
2. Proof of the Futility of Human Knowledge Obtained through the History of Philosophy Itself --
3. Explanatory Remarks on the Diversity of Philosophies --
B. Explanatory Remarks upon the Definition of the History of Philosophy --
1. The Notion of Development --
2. The Notion of the Concrete --
3. Philosophy as the Apprehension of the Development of the Concrete --
C. Results Obtained with Respect to the Notion of the History of Philosophy --
1. The Development in Time of the Various Philosophies --
2. The Application of the Foregoing to the Treatment of Philosophy --
3. Further Comparison between the History of Philosophy and Philosophy Itself --
II. The Relation of Philosophy to Other Fields of Knowledge --
A. The Historical Side of This Connection --
1. Outward and Historical Conditions Imposed upon Philosophy --
2. The Commencement in History of an Intellectual Necessity for Philosophy --
3. Philosophy as the Thought of Its Time --
B. Separation of Philosophy from Other Allied Fields of Knowledge --
1. Relation of Philosophy to Scientific Knowledge --
2. Relation of Philosophy to Religion --
a. The Difference between Philosophy and Religion --
b. The Religious Element to Be Excluded from the Content of the History of Philosophy --
c. Particular Theories Found in Religion --
3. Philosophy Proper Distinguished from Popular Philosophy --
C. Commencement of Philosophy and of Its History --
1. Freedom of Thought as a First Condition --
2. Separation of the East and Its Philosophy --
3. Beginnings of Philosophy in Greece --
III. Division, Sources and Method in Treating of the History of Philosophy --
A. Division of the History of Philosophy --
B. Sources of the History of Philosophy --
C. Method of Treatment Adopted in This History of Philosophy.
Series Title: Harper torchbooks, 1463.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: G.W.F. Hegel ; edited and with a foreword by J. Glenn Gray ; introduction by Tom Rockmore.

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A valuable resource for any class that includes Hegel--useful both in undergraduate and graduate classes. Hegel at his clearest!--M. Jamie Ferreira, University of Virginia

 
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