Ralph Blumenau immerses himself in a monumental biography of Hegel by Terry Pinkard. CAMBRIDGE HEGEL TRANSLATIONS. General editor: Michael Baur. The Phenomenology of Spirit. Edited and translated by Terry Pinkard. Heidelberg. Terry P. Pinkard (born c. ) is University, known for his work on 18th and 19th century German philosophy, and particularly on Hegel and Hegel’s Dialectic .

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He was well aware that the old corporate bodies could also be selfish and particularist, and he never solved the problem of how to get them to merge their own interests in pijkard of the state. The kind of reform he and von Altenstein supported and for which he made a philosophical case was an enlightened and rational cameralism: Quotes [ edit ] Hegel: Interview with Terry Pinkard.

Whichever view one takes, and whether or not we do so consciously, our modern world is, at piinkard points, heir to Hegel. Objective spirit- The pulse of self-consciousness. Critical Theory and Philosophy of History.

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Hegel Today edited by Ricardo Espinoza Lolas. To Bertrand Russell, he was the font of nebulous confusion and was to be all but omitted from any responsible History of Western Philosophy. He outlines, with telling detail, the twofold background of revolution: Hegel and Wittgenstein at first seem like an odd pairing: Click here to sign up. Late Modern Continental Ethics: Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link.

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He ached for academic acceptance and preferment even after the publication of the Phenomenology.

The philosopher’s philosopher

Both Marxism and Sartrian existentialism derived their facticity, their suspicions of the immaterial, from Hegel’s stubborn realism, where ‘realism’ is, however, an inadequate term. Self ConsciousnessWittgensteinand G.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. While others forged ahead, Hegel spent laborious, though innerly productive years, as a house tutor, school-teacher, journalist and man of political letters in a series of more or less marginal posts.

Cambridge University press Skip to main content. His identification with the ideas of the reformers secured him appointments to professorships, first in Heidelberg to and then in Berlin to his death in Inevitably, a biography of Hegel is a saga of academic imbroglios and successive publications.

Yet it is also clear that in all the Contrasting concepts of agency and the space of reasons more. The contradictions which infuse his theories were also present in his life.


Those demands constitute what counts as a successful life. Hegel played a large role in the growth of German nationalism, authoritarianism, and militarism with his quasi-mystical celebrations of what he pretentiously called the Absolute.

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More rewarding is the emphasis, greater than in any previous biography, on Hegel’s conviviality. At the same time, the kind of state he supported was itself particularist: The Philosophy of Recognition: You can read four articles free per month.

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