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Freedom and reflection : Hegel and the logic of agency

Author: Christopher Yeomans
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2012.
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While many interpreters hold that Hegel avoided the traditional problem of free will, Yeomans argues both that the problem is unavoidable, and that the two versions of the Logic fruitfully engage the  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Freedom and reflection
(NL-LeOCL)33805703X
Named Person: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Yeomans
ISBN: 9780199919253 0199919259 9780199794522 0199794529
OCLC Number: 773827905
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Acknowledgements ; Abbreviations ; Part I: Introduction ; Chapter 1: Hegel and Free Will ; 1.1: Hegel and the Traditional Problem of Free Will ; 1.2: Hegel's Theory of Free Will ; Chapter 2: The Problem of Expression as the Problem of Reflection ; 2.1: Introduction ; 2.2: Internal and External Determination in the Doctrine of Being ; 2.3: Internal and External Determination in the Concept of Reflection ; 2.4: Elements of the Theory of Reflection in Hegel's Moral Psychology ; 2.5: The Shape of the Project ; Part II: Agency as Self-Explanation ; Chapter 3: The Externality of Explanations and the Problem of an Infinite Regress ; Chapter 4: Self-Explanation as the Basic Form of Explanation ; 4.1: Ground as Expression ; 4.2: Internal and External Determination in Explanations ; 4.3: The Argument for Explanation as a Three-Term Relation ; 4.4: The Role of Conditions as the Third Term in Explanation ; 4.5: The Infection of Internality by the Conditions ; 4.6: Holism about Explanation ; Chapter 5: The Agent as a Locus of Self-Explanation ; Part III: Agency as True Necessity ; Chapter 6: The Necessity of Action and the Problem of Alternate Possibilities ; Chapter 7: Modality in Hegel's Logic ; 7.1: Modality as the Structure of Self-Expression ; 7.2: Contingency as a Unity of Actuality and Possibility ; 7.3: The Modal Continuum ; 7.4: The Necessity of Alternate Possibilities ; Chapter 8: Agency as True Necessity ; 8.1: Willkur and Wille ; 8.2: The Modal Argument for Hegel's Conception of the Free Will ; Part IV: Agency as Teleological Reciprocal Interaction ; Chapter 9: The Mechanistic Challenge and the Problem of Passivity ; Chapter 10: Teleology, Mechanism and Causation ; 10.1: The Question of Priority ; 10.2: Productivity as Expression ; 10.3: Freedom as Substance-Causation ; 10.4: The Passivity of Mechanical Causation ; 10.5: Causation as Reciprocal Interaction ; 10.6: Reciprocal Interaction as Freedom ; 10.7: The Teleological Form of Reciprocal Self-Determination ; Chapter 11: Teleological Agency ; 11.1: Arguments Against Determinism ; 11.2: A Teleological Philosophy of Action ; Chapter 12: Conclusion ; Bibliography ; Index ; Notes
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